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“The mature market slowdown has some grave consequences for Apple, as well as the high-end Android space."
“Aside from exchange rate volatility, IT spending has been relatively stable for the past five years.”
“Cashing in on holiday sales, Apple managed to rack up over five million shipments in the fourth quarter."
“With the global economy entering a new and uncertain phase, IT spending will be heavily influenced by economic cycles and wild cards over the next five years."
“Year 2016 is expected to remain difficult for the industry..."
The overall share of Cloud IT infrastructure sales climbed to 33.8 per cent in 3Q15, up from 28.7 per cent a year ago.
Disaggregation, security, software licensing all part of challenges Cisco faces.
“SDN will become a substantial contributor to the overall network infrastructure market."
“We're witnessing a real market transition as end users shift their demand towards detachables..."
With 2016 just around the corner, at least three major global shifts are predicted to take place in the smartphone market during the next twelve months.
Edge computing is experiencing breakout growth, as enterprises look to capitalise on their changing work environment. Research suggests that edge technology spending will grow by a massive 34.1 per cent CAGR over the next five years, positioning it as one of the fastest-growing segments in the industry.. Read more