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Research and Markets: The Taiwanese Server System and Server Motherboard Industries, 4Q 2012: The Double-Digit Year-On-Year Growth Is Anticipated To Have Sustained Well Into the First Quarter Of 2013

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3kwd64/the_taiwanese) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese Server System and Server Motherboard Industries, 4Q 2012" report to their offering.

This research report presents shipment volume and value forecasts and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese server system and server motherboard industries. The report includes server full system and barebone shipment volume, shipment value, ASP, volume and share by maker and by price point, and manufacturer volume ranking. The report analyzes shipment by CPU architecture and CPU count. Production locations, shipment destinations, business types, and customer portfolios are also examined. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with server makers. The report finds that the Taiwanese server system and server motherboard industries' shipment volume and value continued to witness double-digit year-on-year growth in the third quarter of 2012. The double-digit year-on-year growth is anticipated to have sustained in the fourth quarter and well into the first quarter of 2013 albeit at a much slower rate than 2012. Furthermore, in anticipation of an over 70% share in the total server revenue in 2012, x86-archiecture servers will play a key role to help enterprises reduce costs while triggering the shifting trends from RISC servers toward x86 servers.

Key Topics Covered:

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Volume, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2013

Taiwanese Server Motherboard Shipment Volume, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2013

Taiwanese Server System Manufacturer Volume Ranking, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Motherboard Manufacturer Volume Ranking, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Manufacturer Tier Position, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Share by Maker, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System Shipment Volume by Price Point, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Barebone Shipment Share by Price Point, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Share by Assembly Level, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Volume by CPU Architecture, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Volume by Production Location, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

Taiwanese Server Full System and Barebone Shipment Volume by Customer, 3Q 2010 - 3Q 2012

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3kwd64/the_taiwanese

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