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  • watersfall9999 watersfall9999 Mar 20, 2013 4:45 PM Flag

    Global slowdown biting

    FDX (Fed EX) & Oracle hit.hard.
    Is IBM next?

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    • "Is IBM Next?"

      I hope not. IBM saw improving hardware sales in Q4 -- System Z should still be in a sweet spot -- here's an excerpt from IBM's Q4 earnings PR about hardware -- I believe ORCL just reported hardware total revenue was down 23% YOY:

      "Hardware

      Revenues from the Systems and Technology segment totaled $5.8 billion for the quarter, down 1 percent from the fourth quarter of 2011. Excluding Retail Store Solutions (RSS), revenues were up 4 percent. Systems and Technology pre-tax income was $1.0 billion, an increase of 23 percent.

      Total systems revenues, excluding RSS, increased 4 percent. Revenues from System z mainframe server products increased 56 percent compared with the year-ago period; revenue in the growth markets increased 68 percent. Total delivery of System z computing power, as measured in MIPS (millions of instructions per second), increased 66 percent versus the prior year and represented the largest MIPS shipment quarter in the company's history. New workload specialty engines, including Linux, represented one-half of the MIPS shipped. Revenues from Power Systems decreased 19 percent compared with the 2011 period. Revenues from System x decreased 2 percent. Revenues from System Storage decreased 5 percent. Revenues from Retail Store Solutions decreased $239 million year over year as a result of the divestiture in the third quarter. Revenues from Microelectronics OEM increased 4 percent."

 
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