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Global mobile ad spends will likely reach $41.9bn by 2017: Gartner

Global mobile ad spends will likely reach $41.9bn by 2017: Gartner

Global mobile advertising market will touch $18 billion next year and reach $41.9 billion by the year of 2017, according to research firm Gartner's fresh estimates.

In its latest report, released on Tuesday, Gartner said that growth in mobile ad spending would slow in the next few years because of faster growth in ad space inventory supply than demand, but improved market conditions would fuel growth from 2015 to 2017.

Indian IT spending will reach $79.8bn in 2012: Gartner

 GartnerIndian information technology (IT) spending in 2012 will jump more than the global average of about 4 per cent, consultancy firm Gartner predicted.

According to Gartner’s estimates, IT spending in India next year will jump 9.1 per cent to around $79.8 billion, regardless of turbulence in the global economy.

2.5% Rise in PC Market during Second Quarter: Gartner

 GartnerThe India's personal computer market witnessed a rise of 2.5% with nearly 2.5 million units in the second quarter of 2011.

Gartner Principal Research Analyst Vishal Tripathi stated, “This growth was primarily driven by the mobile PC market which grew 17% year on year in the second quarter of 2011”.

Also, the economic factors like rising interest rates and high inflation costs lead to the low consumer demand.

Gartner predicts worldwide wireless e-mail user base to reach a billion by 2014

Gartner predicts worldwide wireless e-mail user base to reach a billion by 2014

The research firm Gartner has predicted that the worldwide users of wireless email will reach 1 billion by 2014. It has also predicted to witness around 80 million business wireless e-mail accounts including large, midsize and small organizations and also individual professionals.

Currently, wireless e-mail is a chief necessity for any organizations since their mobile workforces make up almost 40 percent of the total employee base.

Most North American and European organizations, midsize and large, have already deployed enterprise wireless e-mail.

Cloud Services Market to reach $68 billion by the end of this year

The cloud services market is expected to reach $68 billion by the end of this year. This has been estimated by the research firm, Gartner. Last year it was recorded to be of $ 58.6 billion in the country.

The research firm has also predicted that the cloud services market is expected to reach $ 148.8 billion by the end of 2014.

The research vice president at Gartner, Mr. Ben Pring has informed that now enterprises are looking forward to adopt cloud computing and cloud services. It provides excellent commercial opportunity and this technology is favoring supply-side activities.

IT growth show 9.3% increase in spending

IT growth show 9.3% increase in spending

The year 2010 is expected to witness the growth of the IT market by at least 9.3% and to amount to $1534 billion in the same year. The expectations are counted on the new and improved technology cycles and new strategy investments in the capital especially in the purchases of computer software and hardware as reported by the Forrester research firm.

When compared to the recent predictions of Gartner that says that the expenditure of IT all across the world would see a growth of 5.4%, this is much higher.

Increase in Server Sales Leads to Further Acceleration

Increase in Server Sales Leads to Further Acceleration

It was told by the research firm Gartner Inc. that a major increase in server sales which would be taking place in the next two years would be leading to a additional speeding up of data center power, cooling and space problems. According to Gartner, users needed to measure the effects of new deployments and without delaying they should take action.

Gartner predicts higher power requirements at data centers

Gartner predicts higher power requirements at data centers

An analyst firm, Gartner has said in a report that the power and cooling requirements of data centers will increase significantly over the next two years.

The Data Center Power, Cooling and Space report prepared by the company said that the new projects will require more space and the organizations managing these data centers should take steps at present to avoid future problems.