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Sun Leads in the Philippines Unix Server Market

18 Sep

Sun Microsystems announced that Sun in the Philippines was the leader in the Unix Server Market both in terms of unit shipments and factory revenue in its FY2007 (CY Q3 2006 – Q2 2007), according to IDC’s Asia/Pacific Quarterly Enterprise Server Tracker, Q2 2007, August 2007.

Sun firmly cemented its #1 position in the Philippines Unix server segment in its FY2007, capturing 37.2% revenue share, which was 1.7 percentage points higher than the 35.5% share it captured compared to the same period in FY2006. In unit shipment terms, Sun’s share of the Philippines UNIX server market totaled 72.7% in FY 2007 versus 59.7% share that it captured in FY 2006.

“Sun’s focus in innovation has resulted in various breakthrough technologies including Java, Solaris and our SPARC processor. Our leadership in the unix server market is but one reflection of the confidence customers have in us as technology partners,” says Cynthia R. Mamon, President & Managing Director. “As we move into our new fiscal year, we are extremely confident that our strong product road map will only allow us to grow from strength to strength in offering customers greater choices to scale their businesses in today’s demanding market.”

As part of its 25th anniversary celebrations, Sun is holding a series of innovation roadshows across Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Singapore. This event comes to a close in Singapore with the unveiling of Project Blackbox. Key customers from the region have been invited to be the first in Asia to witness the world’s first virtualized data center in Singapore. Various key customers and partners across the region are expected to have experienced and touched on pertinent topics such as the importance of “eco innovation” and the future of data center computing.

Sun Innovation Roadshow in the Philippines will happen on 20th September, 2007, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at the Intercontinental Hotel, Ayala Center, Makati City.

 
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