Friday, July 30, 2010

Information technology in transition: The end of Wintel | The Economist

A timely Wintel market reality check from The Economist – excerpt:

As the Wintel pair splits, computing will start to look different. Instead of being dominated by two monopolists, the market will be fought over by eight or nine more or less vertically integrated giants. Oracle, Cisco and IBM will vie for corporate customers; Apple and Google will scramble for individuals (see table). IT, like the world, is becoming multipolar.

Information technology in transition: The end of Wintel | The Economist

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