Dell, NVIDIA, and VMware: Cornering the Market On PCs
Over the last decade we’ve seen one company repeatedly corner a market on personal technology. That company was Apple and it did it using one simple, repeatable formula. It came up with a new and unique angle for an existing but underperforming area of consumer technology, then drove demand to its better model forcing other, often larger, competitors to chase Apple. Well, apparently Dell, VMware, and NVIDIA collectively figured that Personal Computers were underperforming and came up with a new spin on traditional thin clients in order to try to do the same thing with the PC market. I think they’ve got a shot.
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NOTE: This column was originally published in the Pund-IT Review.