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Intel-Microsoft dominance could vanish

Posted on Monday, January 10 2005 @ 20:09:55 CET by

An analyst firm released a report stating that Intel-Microsoft dominance in the PC market may vanish within a few years. It says that Linux and processors from IBM - the PowerPC - are gaining popularity in the next five years.
“We believe that this time the potential threat to the formidable Microsoft-Intel PC duopoly is credible due to a combination of technological discontinuity, major changes in market requirements, and the arsenal of assembled technologies, alliances, and business approaches of another leading firm, IBM,” said Boris Petrov, managing partner of the Petrov Group.
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Intel-Microsoft dominance could vanish
by Anonymous on Thursday, January 13 2005 @ 04:36:37 CET
Take a look at http://www.ncolug.org/ppc.htm

Henry Keultjes
Mansfield Ohio USA


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