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Despite Challenges, Server Market Sees First-Quarter Growth
Even with virtualization on the rise and an economic slowdown, the need for server capacity continues its unabated growth.

Virtualization Spending Continues to Rise
Is virtualization recession-proof?

Enterprise Unix Roundup: And the Most Reliable OS of All Is ...
A new survey from the Yankee Group reveals some telling information about the reliability of Linux, Unix, and Windows servers. Hint: Redmond isn't going to be happy.

March 2008 Security Space Survey Results
Security Space's Web Server Survey breaks out Web server software usage on the Internet for 86 domains. Data for the March survey was gathered from responses received from 28.1 million Web sites. Once again, about 44 percent of these sites are .com domains.

First Quarter Netcraft Survey Shows Continued Growth
Is it any surprise that the Web continues to grow? Apache and Microsoft continue to dominate, but will new Web server options coexist with or threaten these venerable favorites?

Server Sales Grow in 2007
From quarter-over-quarter to year-over-year, server shipments and revenue grew in 2007. Zoom in closer and a more ragged landscape appears: While more x86 boxes shipped, fewer RISC systems left the factory. Economic uncertainty and the full impact of virtualization have also not yet entered the picture.

Surveys Says IT Pros Want Windows Server 2008
A new customer survey by a major Microsoft reseller finds swelling demand for the new operating system.

December 2007 Netcraft Survey, Holding Steady
The Web continues to grow, with new options detracting from venerable favorites. Is Google triumphing over Apache and Microsoft?

December 2007 Security Space Survey Results
Security Space's Web Server Survey breaks out Web server software usage on the Internet for 86 domains. Data for the December survey was gathered from responses received from 25.6 million Web sites. About 44 percent of these sites are .com domains.

IDC, Fewer Servers but More Revenue
The latest crop of stats find fewer, but more expensive, units sold in third-quarter 2007.

Server Sales Remain Strong
Despite predictions, the server market continued on its growth trajectory. Third-quarter shipments increased on both a revenue and unit basis, with x86 servers leading the charge.

September 2007 Netcraft Survey, The More Things Change ...
The more they stay the same. Or so the adage goes. The players shuffle as Apache's share goes down, and IIS' goes up. Meanwhile, the Web continues to grow.

September 2007 Security Space Survey Results
Security Space's Web Server Survey breaks out Web server software usage on the Internet for 86 domains. Data for the September survey was gathered from responses received from nearly 25 million Web sites. About 44 percent of these sites are .com domains.

x86 Enterprise Server Survey Results Surprise
Guess the third-most preferred vendor for enterprises surveyed.

Enterprise Unix Roundup: The Secret Gardens of Unix
Think Unix is on the decline? Not in one of the fastest growing geographic sectors.

June 2007 Security Space Survey Results
Security Space's Web Server Survey breaks out Web server software usage on the Internet for 86 domains. Data for the June survey was gathered from responses received from nearly 25 million Web sites. About 44 percent of these sites are .com domains.

July 2007 Netcraft Survey, Yet Another New Player
The Web continues to grow, despite Apache losing ground and Windows stagnating. This quarter, Google Front End joined lighttpd and the venerable Top 5 mix.

HP Elbows Past IBM in Servers
The latest server stats from IDC and Gartner are more alike than different. Once again, HP and IBM took the lead, and sales volume remained down while revenue went up.

March 2007 Security Space Survey Results
Security Space's Web Server Survey breaks out Web server software usage on the Internet for 86 domains. Data for the March survey was gathered from responses received from more than 23.3 million Web sites. About 44 percent of these sites are .com domains.

April 2007 Netcraft Survey, a New Player Emerges
The Web continues to grow, despite Apache losing ground and Windows stagnating. Is lighttpd the reason for the continued growth?

Virtualization's Success Hampers Server Sales
IDC revised its server forecast in terms of both dollar and unit sales. With virtualization and more powerful servers, a single server can accomplish what previously took several.

Powerful Servers Drive Sales
According to IDC, the number of systems shipped was flat or declined in fourth-quarter 2006. Those that did were more powerful and brought in more revenue.

Worldwide Server Market Growth Up 8.9 Percent for 2006
The latest batch of stats from Gartner revealed steady growth and few surprises.

Much Growth in Store for Linux Ecosystem
Much growth remains in the Linux ecosystem. IDC anticipates the market will be worth $40 billion by 2010, more than double its value for 2006. Ironically, the real growth will come from mixed, heterogeneous environments and support thereof.

January Netcraft Survey Shows Continued Growth
The Netcraft January 2007 Web server survey shows a still-growing Web. Apache and Microsoft remain on top, with Apache possibly losing ground.

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