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November 30, 2015

technology industry's top 5 biggest mergers and acqusitions

Dell's $67 billion purchase of EMC is the biggest pure tech acquisition ever. (AOL's $162 billion buy of Time Warner in 2000 was larger, but Time Warner was a media company, not a tech company.) This chart from Statista shows some of the largest tech acquisitions of the past decade, measured in 2015 dollars.
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The Dell : EM2 merger remains the biggest till date a $67 billion deal , followed by HP and Compaq's $33.6billion. Facebook's buyout of whatsapp for $19billion was another milestone along with Google and Motorola deal in 2011 for $13.2billion

May 11, 2015

eBay, Apple, and HP have the most women in leadership role in tech companies

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Gender diversity in  leadership  Positions  in Technology companies 

The chart published by Gigacom above shows the gender diversity in top technology companies when it comes to leadership. Some companies count leadership roles as being only vice presidents, others count as broad a definition as “officials and managers. eBay, Apple, and HP have the most women in leadership roles, although at 28 percent they’re still far from equally weighted. 

October 10, 2013

PC Sales Touch Bottom, 80million shipments lowest since 2008

The PC Industry Shrank Another 9%, Gartner Says | Business Insider India: "Gartner released its quarterly PC report and the news isn't good. But it isn't all bad either.

Worldwide, the PC industry declined another 8.6% to 80.3 million units total. That's the lowest number of PC sold in a quarter since the economy crashed in 2008, Gartner analyst Mikako Kitagawa said."

Lenovo was still the No. 1 biggest vendor worldwide, with nearly 18% share, a position it took from HP last quarter. HP had 17% share, Dell had nearly 12%, Acer had 8% and Asus had 6%.

The good news was that the PC industry actually grew 3.5% over the year-ago quarter in the U.S. This is the "back-to-school" quarter and that's why people were buying more PCs

September 2, 2013

Worldwide PC Shipments Slumps 10%, Lenevo tops Global Market

n terms of Marketshare ,HP and Lenovo'continue to drive more that 30%  of the global PC  market, as both the rivals continue " to run neck to neck" with Lenevo taking the No 1 spot, with a slender margin.The Bulk of  Lenevo's sales came from US and MENA nations while it declined in Asia Pacific .

Gartner Says Worldwide PC Shipments in the Second Quarter of 2013 Declined 10.9 Percent: "Worldwide PC shipments dropped to 76 million units in the second quarter of 2013, a 10.9 percent decrease from the same period last year, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc. This marks the fifth consecutive quarter of declining shipments, which is the longest duration of decline in the PC market’s history.

All regions showed a decline compared to a year ago. The fall in the Asia/Pacific PC market continued, showing five consecutive quarters of the shipment decline, while the EMEA PC market registered two consecutive quarters of double-digit decline."In the US Market HP and Dell dominated the PC Market with a combined marketshare of 50% , ( HP -26% Dell : 25%, while Apple and Lenevo took the 3rd and 4th Place respectively

According to Industry analysts "Weak Demand from China " was the main season of its decline across Asia Pacific as as the majority of Lenovo’s volume came from Chinamajority of Lenovo’s volume came from China

August 14, 2012

iPad shipments increase by 75% in Q2,2012 as Global PC sales at all time high

The above chart is based on Gartner;s estimate on   preliminary PC unit sales for Q2
( based on Asymco figures)

Global  PC shipments rose 12% year on year in Q2 2012 led by iPads and Galaxy Tab as  Tablet sales  more than compensated for disappointing sales of Ultrabooks. This is according to Canalys research reported  in August,2012  

Apple's  iPads   continued to impact  PC sales and had  the biggest single impact on growth rates in the quarter,
However Asus and Samsung made progress with their Transformer and Galaxy Tab product lines. Total ipad shipments increased 75% to 24 million units, representing 22% of all PCs.

Apple continued to lead  the market with an estimated 19% share of global PC shipments led by more than 21 million  iPad shipments in Q2,2012 (this figure also includes desktops and notebooks) in Q2, compared to just over 13 million during the year-ago quarter, representing a massive 59.6-percent year-over-year growth for Apple 

HP, which led the way in Q1, has fallen to the second-place spot, with nearly 13.6 million shipments during the quarter ending yesterday, followed by Lenovo with about 13.2 million, Acer with nearly 10.7 million and Dell with roughly 9.7 million .ASUS and Samsung  together  accounted for  40.6 million devices sold in Q2,2012

February 3, 2012

3 Decades of PC Shipments:Top 5 Vendors by duration

The above chart published by  Horace Dediu of Asymco shows global PC shipments and the Vendors that were in the top 5 for the longest duration
Apart from Apple, IBM remained in the business the longest (24 years). Compaq was second with 20 years before being bought by HP. HP and Dell are still operating after 15 years, having tied Atari and Commodore. After these ancients, the upstarts Nokia and RIM are struggling to remain relevant after 10 to 12 years.

The Data from asymco shows  some of the transient Vendors  like Packard-Bell/NEC, Toshiba, Radio Shack and Fujitsu which lasted less than 10 years. The newest PC companies are all from China or Taiwan: Acer, Asus and Lenovo. Their longevity cannot be called yet though Acer seems to be in decline. Lenovo, which took over IBM’s brands continues to grow. However, as yesterday’s post showed, without diversification into devices, pure PC makers are likely to fade.
 Horace Dediu  data showed that most companies were not able to sustain presence in the top five ranking for long. Some  of the vendors were acquired, some sold their operations.