Erklärstück Phänomenal

PCs sind kein Markt mehr

Ran­jit Atwal, Rese­arch Direc­tor bei Gart­ner, sagt hier inter­es­san­te Din­ge:

PCs are tran­si­tio­ning from a one-size-fits-all com­pu­ting plat­form to a more-spe­cia­li­zed device, pri­zed for its abi­li­ty to com­ple­ment other devices. „The PC mar­ket is expe­ri­en­cing dra­ma­tic struc­tu­ral chan­ges,“ said Mr. Atwal.“ Moving for­ward, PCs will no lon­ger be a mar­ket by them­sel­ves, but part of a lar­ger device mar­ket that ran­ges from smart tele­vi­si­ons to the most-basic-fea­ture pho­nes. Wit­hin this mar­ket, con­su­mers and pro­fes­sio­nals will increa­singly use the com­bi­na­ti­on of devices that best suits their par­ti­cu­lar needs.“

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Thomas Cloer ist Corporate Communications Manager in München. Hier schreibt er privat über allerlei, was ihn so interessiert.

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