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eServer refers to a family of computers produced by [[IBM]].
 
eServer refers to a family of computers produced by [[IBM]].
  
The family consists of ...
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The family of products consists of:
  
[[iSeries]] -- Midsize (midrange) systems.  Formerly [[AS/400]], now [[i5]].
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* [[iSeries]] -- Midsize (midrange) systems.  Formerly [[AS/400]], now [[i5]].
[[zSeries]] -- Mainframe systems, formerly S/390.
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* [[zSeries]] -- Mainframe systems, formerly [[S/390]].
[[pSeries]] -- Midsize unix systems.
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* [[pSeries]] -- Midsize unix systems, formerly [[RS/6000]].
[[xSeries]] -- PC server type systems.
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* [[xSeries]] -- Server systems based on [[x86]] architecture.
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Citing data from [http://www.gartner.com/init Gartner] and [http://www.idc.com IDC], a 2005 [http://www.itjungle.com/tfh/tfh061305-story03.html IT Jungle Article] showed that HP, IBM, Unix and Windows were tied for the global server market.
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Latest revision as of 13:33, 30 August 2006

eServer refers to a family of computers produced by IBM.

The family of products consists of:

Citing data from Gartner and IDC, a 2005 IT Jungle Article showed that HP, IBM, Unix and Windows were tied for the global server market.