Nintendo has met its target of shipping six million Wii consoles within the financial year 2006/2007 and expects to have an installed base of 19,84 million units by the end of the next financial year, ending March 2008. The console also achieved phenomenal software tie ratios.
Here is the information taken from the company´s most recent annual report (PDF file):
Japan: 2 million
The Americas: 2,37 million
Other:: 1,47 million
Total: 5,84 million
Japan: 6,12 million
The Americas: 14,49 million
Other:: 8,23 million
Total: 28,84 million
The Americas: 6,11
The tie ratios are my own calculations and are very close to my estimates three months ago.
Please note that the software figures may include ´Wii Sports´. The game being bundled with the hardware outside of Japan, this would make the other figures go down to 5,11 and 4,60 for the Americas and other territories, respectively.
According to the report, Nintendo expects a further 55 million games to be sold between April and the end of March, bringing the expected total up to 83,84 million units and making for a tie ratio of 4,23 overall.
Source: Nintendo annual report 2006/2007 (PDF file)