Nutanix is focusing its 12-month roadmap on capitalising on Citrix’s virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) footprint in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), with the vendor intent on scouting and converting customers using legacy hardware.
Intel is late to the tablet game and it admits to that fact, but has set bold targets for 2014 as it seeks to catch up to market leader, ARM.
Contrary to the doom and gloom predictions surrounding the desktop space over the past 24 months, Intel claims renewed optimism about the direction of the market segment, having experienced seven per cent year-on-year (YoY) volume growth in its fourth quarter earnings for 2013.
With worldwide device shipments projected to reach 2.5 billion units in 2014, analyst firm, Gartner, expects the total number of Android users to increase by 26 per cent from 2013 and reach 1.1 billion as the operating system (OS) continues its market dominance.
The notebook, tablet, and mobile phone markets have seen decline for two consecutive quarters for the first time in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), and while this is not indicative of a saturation point, it could be an indicator of device fatigue and commoditisation, according to analyst firm, IDC.
It was an unsettled year, a year when economic conditions played a significant role in stifling new business opportunities and project roll outs, a year when the channel saw Cloud computing move forward from discussion to implementation, and a boom in mobility.
Computing components manufacturer, Intel, has launched a 4x4-inch Next Unit Computing (NUC) system exclusively through the channel which will enable partners to expand their customer reach by producing unlimited application options, according to Intel Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) national channel sales manager, VR Rajkumar.
Google isn’t reinventing the wheel with a new feature it is testing that allows any two computers using its Chrome browser to connect with each other.
Lenovo is gearing up for a consumer push in the A/NZ region. In an interview with Reseller News, Matt Codrington, MD of Lenovo A/NZ describes the shape that drive will take, the products the region might soon see in retail stores and the changes the company foresees in an increasingly commoditised hardware market.
Lenovo's IdeaCentre All-in-One desktops have been revamped for 2011, offering up a host of new features, and functionality. There's something for everyone here, with 3D displays, multitouch, TV tuners and new processors from AMD and Intel.
Despite the notebook’s surge in popularity, the stalwart desktop remains strong with solid sales and innovative iterations. TREVOR CLARKE reports.
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