Posts Tagged ‘IDC’
Report: The death of Windows XP buoyed the global PC market last year, but failed to save it from having the worst-ever year since records began.
The IoT represents a global opportunity worth almost $5 trillion annually and growing, but channel firms must tailor their offerings to vertical markets.
Slowing smartphone and tablet sales have led analyst IDC to lower its global IT spending forecast for 2014.
After three years of heady growth, the worldwide tablet market is coming back to earth with a thud. Might that be good news for the channel?
Apple has hinted it might focus more on its enterprise business in the coming quarters as it claimed its groundwork in the segment is beginning to pay off.
IBM is planning to build 15 new data centers around the world in an effort to build up its cloud offering.
Integrated infrastructure and platforms sales jumped 68.5 percent last quarter. The space now accounts for some $1.4 billion in sales with vendors delivering more than 622 petabytes of new storage capacity in Q3, a 101 percent increase over the same period in 2012.
Global shipments of PC monitors in Q3 fell 8.6 percent from a year ago, a declined blamed on the continuing softness in PC sales.
IDC forecasts the market for Big Data will surpass the $32 billion mark by 2017.
Storage vendor NetApp is the only top-five company to grow in Q3 as the total disk storage market plummets.