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HP tops server markets in EMEA region - Data and Server Racks

Hewlett Packard (HP) claimed top spot in the global market for server units shipped at the end of 2009, it has been announced.

According to the latest figures compiled and released by IDC and cited by ITWeb, the company shipped more server units than any other networking equipment supplier over the third quarter of last year.

Notably, HP's presence was particularly strong in the South African market, where it accounted for around 41 per cent of all servers shipped, while it also emerged as the leader in the European and Middle Eastern markets, thereby coming out on top in the EMEA region as a whole.

At the same time, these latest statistics also show that HP remains the number one shipper of combined UNIX-Windows-Linux units, while it claimed second place in the global UNIX market.

Meanwhile, Electronic Arts has announced that it is to close down the servers for a number of its older titles, meaning gamers will no longer be able to play the likes of FIFA 07 online.ADNFCR-1186-ID-19545400-ADNFCR

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