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IBM confident with its non x86 servers
 - PCstats.com IBM confident with its non x86 servers
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Gemtek begins shipping WLAN routers for the Wii. Merrill Lynch expects iPhone shipments to total 4 million. This is interesting IBM is going to challenge for 50% of the non x86 server market in Taiwan.

IBM introduced its non-x86 Power6 server processors in Taiwan on May 31 (worldwide official launch was on May 21). With the launch of Power6 processors, IBM expects to challenge its non-x86 server market share in Taiwan from 42.6% in 2006 to 50% in 2007, according to Sophia Tong, president of IBM Taiwan.

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