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Monday, 16 July 2007 16:45

U.S. Computer wardware sales revenue increases

Written by David Stellmack

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The industry has grew


Computer
hardware sales in the U.S. generated revenues of $99 billion in 2006, up 4.9% over sales in 2005. According to Reuters As of 13 July 2007 the top 10 companies ranked by revenue were as follows:  

  Name Revenue in Millions 
1. Dell Inc. $57,501.0
2. Ingram Micro Inc. $32,004.3
3. Tech Data Corporation $21,898.4
4. Apple Inc. $21,586.0
5. Sun Microsystems, Inc. $13,866.0
6. Gateway, Inc. $3,911.7
7. Palm, Inc. $1,560.5
8. GTSI Corp. $846.0
9. Brooks Automation, Inc.(USA) $782.8
10. Pomeroy IT Solutions, Inc. $628
 

Dell is by far the biggest on the list and Apple is doing exceptionaly well.

The whole list is here.

David Stellmack

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