Compute Platforms Report - Ultrabooks - 2012

Ultrathins and Ultrabooks, Driving the Evolution of the PC

July 30, 2012  | Subscribers Only

Craig Stice Craig Stice Senior Principal Analyst, Compute, Servers & Storage

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The PC market has been in a slump for the last three years. In addition, it has been in desperate need for a shake-up. Intel introduced its Ultrabook concept at Computex Taiwan 2011 and was heavily showcased at CES Las Vegas 2012 and Computex Taiwan 2012. In addition, Intel has put a $300 million marketing fund, which explains why Intel’s Ultrabooks have been all the talk in the last year and has given the PC market a boost it desperately needed. IHS iSuppli considers Intel’s Ultrabooks and other ultrathin systems, the natural evolution of the PC...

Craig Stice

Senior Principal Analyst, Compute, Servers & Storage

Craig Stice is a Senior Principal Analyst covering Compute Platforms. Prior to joining the IHS team, Craig spent the last 10 years with Micron Technology in their marketing groups. Most recently...

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