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Chinese server giant Inspur wades into Japan's $5bn market

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TOKYO -- China's Inspur, the world's third-largest maker of servers for managing data, has gained a foothold in Japan, bringing fresh competition to local players Fujitsu and NEC in a $5 billion market.

Inspur recently set up a new Japanese unit with an investment of roughly 1 billion yen ($9.3 million).

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