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Jim Offner
Alternative-Alternative Energies: What's Next?
01/28/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1399 Words

"We start paying attention once they reach the point of showing some promise," Gartner analyst Zarko Sumic told TechNewsWorld. "

Emerging energy technology is now known as "operational technology," said Sumic, who works with Gartner's energy and technology advisory services, a...

Keith Regan
Global Q2 PC Shipments Outpace Forecasts
07/19/07 3:56 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 816 Words

PC shipments in the second quarter totaled 61.1 million, an increase of 11.7 percent over the same time last year, according to Gartner , which had been forecasting growth of about 10.6 percent. IDC , meanwhile, recorded a 12.5 percent uptick in shipments...

Keith Regan
PC Sales Soar in First Quarter
04/20/06 12:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 496 Words

Preliminary data show 57 million PCs were sold in the first quarter, 13.1 percent ahead of the same time frame last year, Gartner said. Rival research firm IDC put the growth at 12.9 percent, more than a full percentage point above its forecast.

Erika Morphy
Report: Rough Weather Ahead for Contact Center Market
03/27/06 3:25 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 388 Words

... contact center and software and service market continues to remain fragmented, according to Gartner's latest report on the industry, with various applications in the space addressing only a portion of users' needs. In large part, that is because the leading functions...

Keith Regan
PC Sales See Strong Growth in '05
01/19/06 11:49 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 703 Words

... of personal computers posted strong growth in 2005, while Dell held onto the crown and captured more market share and the U.S. gave up its title as the largest single PC market, according to reports from two research firms. Gartner said sales...

Keith Regan
Report: Camera Phones Sales Soaring
12/02/05 1:23 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 455 Words

... of mobile phones that double as digital cameras have soared during 2005, with nearly 300 million such handsets expected to be sold before year's end, according to new projections from Gartner . Camera phone sales will reach 295.5 million units this year...

Jennifer LeClaire
Linux and the Desktop: Will it Jump the Hump?
10/05/05 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1244 Words

Gartner issued a report recently that has stirred up some debate among industry watchers. In it, Gartner says that Linux is still very much struggling for mainstream desktop acceptance and offers plenty of data to back it up.

According to Gartner,...

Keith Regan
Cell Phone Sales Defy Predictions, Hit Record Levels
05/26/05 1:39 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 693 Words

Research firm Gartner said sales rose 17 percent over the same time period last year to 180.6 million units. The first quarter of 2004 had seen the previous high water mark for handset shipments, at 153.7 million units.

Gartner said sales were...

Keith Regan
Enterprise Purchases Sustain PC Sales
10/19/04 1:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 669 Words

Both IDC and Gartner reported strong growth in PC sales in the quarter, although at a slower rate than in previous years. IDC said 44.2 million units were shipped in the three-month period, for a growth rate of 11.9 percent over the third...

Blane Warrene
10g's OS X Support: Harbinger for Mac Enterprise Growth?
06/01/04 10:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 730 Words

In a study released this year by Gartner , IBM leads the overall relational-database market (RDBMS) with a 35 percent share, and saw most of its gains in the last year on its own PowerPC hardware platforms.

Oracle, meanwhile, is a...

Rob Enderle
Microsoft's TechEd: Signs of a Recovering Economy
06/01/04 8:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1247 Words

Research firms Forrester and Gartner have reported improved attendance at their conferences, too, and only the new shows like CeBIT America still seem to be struggling. The increase in attendance is yet another indicator that the economy is improving. Companies that can...

Jan Krikke
Microsoft Loses to Linux in Thailand Struggle
11/27/03 4:01 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 885 Words

Gartner research director Martin Galliland, coauthor of the report "Thai PC Market May Change Global Windows Landscape," told LinuxInsider that Microsoft's concerns about Linux and piracy explain the company's change of heart. "The price drop was clearly motivated by a feared loss...

Jan Krikke
Microsoft Loses to Linux in Thailand Struggle
11/12/03 3:58 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 885 Words

Gartner research director Martin Galliland, coauthor of the report "Thai PC Market May Change Global Windows Landscape," told LinuxInsider that Microsoft's concerns about Linux and piracy explain the company's change of heart. "The price drop was clearly motivated by a feared loss...

Brad Hill
Why the Real-Time Enterprise Is So Slow
03/06/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 843 Words

Lest the idea of RTE take on mythic proportions, it is important to remember that a "real-time enterprise" does not necessarily operate in literal real-time. "Real-time enterprise doesn't mean instantaneous data processing," Gartner senior analyst Don Free told the E-Commerce Times. "It...

Keith Regan
Report: Tight Budgets Mean Flat IT Spending in 2003
11/05/02 11:23 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 467 Words

... for information technology products and services has bottomed out and is on the rise again, but strict budget controls will prevent IT spending by U.S. companies from increasing in 2003, according to a new report from Gartner and Soundview Technology Group. Based...

Tim McDonald
Analysts: Broadband Competition a 'Firestorm'
06/27/02 9:50 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 519 Words

Federal Communications Commission , market research company Gartner Dataquest said a "radical reform" of telecom policy is needed if the rollout of high-speed Internet services , or broadband , is ever to break out of the slow lane. "The insistence of some regulators,...

Alan Field
Surveys: Demand for IT Services About To Rebound
05/22/02 4:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 572 Words

That is the shared conclusion of two surveys released Wednesday -- one by research company IDC and the other by research firm Gartner and financial services powerhouse Goldman Sachs . Gartner and Goldman Sachs' "IT Spending Confidence Survey" polled 369 of the 1,800...

Jennifer LeClaire
Oracle Contests Database Rankings
05/08/02 4:07 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 497 Words

The report, released Tuesday by Gartner Dataquest , dethroned Oracle and awarded the database crown to IBM , which allegedly captured 34.6 percent of the market in 2001 compared with Oracle's 32 percent.

The study showed that Oracle lost 2.1 percent of...

Nora Macaluso
Report: E-tail Should Get Ready for Non-PC Shoppers
12/05/01 10:54 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 517 Words

... technology advances and American consumers have more ways to connect to the Internet , e-commerce will shift away from the personal computer and toward a range of devices, with different technologies being used for different purposes, according to a report issued Wednesday by Gartner ...

Clare Saliba
Solving Online Returns: More Automation Would Cut Costs
05/10/01 7:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 462 Words

... product returns are set to cost Internet retailers an estimated US$3.2 billion in 2001, online merchants could "drastically" slash the figure by implementing automated Web-based return systems, according to a report released Wednesday by Gartner . The research group said e-tailers can...

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