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New Value in the Computing System Industry
Research and Markets announced the addition of the "Anticipating Changes: New Value in the Computing System Industry" report
By: Liz McMillan
Nov. 5, 2009 02:00 PM
Research and Markets announced the addition of the "Anticipating Changes: New Value in the Computing System Industry" report to their offering.
Cisco's foray into the server market, the merger between Oracle and Sun Microsystem, the acquisition of Fujitsu Siemens Computers by Fujitsu, and the acquisition of Silicon Graphics International by Rackable Systems have stirred the equilibrium in the worldwide computer system industry in 2009. The industry is expected to see more companies engage in horizontal and vertical cooperation. Looking ahead to 2010, as the effects of the global financial crisis continue to be felt, the industry is expected to face changes within the next two to five years resulting from Moore's Law, virtualization, and cloud computing. The computing centralization effect stemming from cloud computing will intensify the competition in the green data center segment. Virtualization, energy-saving, and cloud computing are to lead to more acquisitions and mergers in future.
Key Topics Covered:
Worldwide notebook PC, desktop PC, netbook PC and server shipment volume in 2009 and beyond
Worldwide server market volume and value by CPU architecture in 2009 and beyond
Major computing system makers' product strategies, including HP, Dell, and IBM, as well as these companies' revenue breakdowns by business segments; Cisco's server market deployment strategies and the implications behind the Oracle-Sun merger are also included
Intel and AMD micro-architecture development roadmap in 2009 and beyond
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d12a3e/anticipating_chang
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