IDC has released its Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker for the second quarter, which indicates demand for desktop PCs exceeded expectations.
IDC is predicting the global PC market will rise 19.8 per cent in 2010, following strong Q1 and Q4 2009 quarterly results.
IDC has announced that it expects global spending for small to medium businesses to return to growth this year, but has warned that the industry will not make a full ...
IDC has predicted that the worldwide PC market will return to double figure growth this year, and is set to continue until 2014.
Worldwide spending on PCs will rise by just three per cent this year, as the industry continues to feel the effect of the recession, analysts say.
PC shipments grew by 2.3 per cent in Q3 2009 after three consecutive months of decline, according to a new report from IDC.
The number of mobile devices being used to access the internet will rise so more than one billion by 2013, a research firm has said.
Intel managed to tighten its dominant grip on the processor market through the third fiscal quarter, according to IDC’s quarterly report.
The global microprocessor sector market continues to gain pace, according to new research, with shipments reaching record levels.
Server goods have suffered their worst fall in sales since records began, amid fears that the sector is failing to recover from the global recession. Though many components of the ...
IDC anticipates that HP will reclaim its top spot before the end of the year, after slipping to third place during the second quarter.
PC sales in the UK fell less than expected during the second quarter, according to the latest figures from IDC.
Sales within the channel have dropped less than initially expected, according to the latest figures from IDC.
IDC has predicted that server revenue for the current quarter will see a 39.3 per cent year-on-year decline, but that the first ‘green shoots’ will appear in the second half ...
A decline in business and public sector spending has seen the UK server market decline by 26 per cent, with 74,000 shipments made, compared to 108,000 a year ago.
Worldwide PC shipments fell less than expected in the first quarter of 2009, but market watcher IDC has cautioned that key markets remain weak.
The EMEA server market has seen revenue shrink by 34.3 per cent in Q1 to $2.9 billion, with shipments dropping below the half million mark.
Over a quarter of all software installed on PCs in the UK is pirated, the Business Software Alliance has claimed.
Netbooks, heavy retailer promotions and increased participation by the telecoms channel helped to stave off a major decline in Western European PC sales, according to the latest figures from IDC.
Factory revenues of disk storage systems shrunk by 0.5 per cent in Q4 2008, according to research from IDC.
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