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Samsung still top vendor in India, but Micromax growing at faster rate: IDC

Samsung still top vendor in India, but Micromax growing at fas...

IDC's report for India's mobile market in Q2 is out and according to the numbers, it is Samsung who is leading in the mobile market, not Micromax. Previously, a report by Counterpoint Research had said that Samsung was number two in the overall ..., 2 months ago

Samsung Still the Biggest Mobile Vendor in India: IDC

A recent report by technology market research firm Counterpoint made headlines when it claimed that Micromax had overtaken Samsung as the biggest mobile phone vendor in India . Counterpoint said that Micromax had16.6 percent marketshare in Q2 ...
 NDTV2 months ago Samsung Still India's Biggest Mobile Vendor: IDC  NDTV2 months ago Samsung still leading mobile brand in India, but Micromax not far behind: IDC  India TV2 months ago

Indian mobile phone market growing at over 80%: IDC

: The smartphone market in India has maintained its growth with shipments touching year-on-year growth of 84% in Q2 2014 and a quarterly growth of 11%, says IDC. The potential for growth in the smartphone market is quite high as 71% of the market ...
 India Tech Online2 months ago With an Year-on-Year Growth of 84%, Smartphone Market Still Has An Immense Potential: Says IDC  PressReleasePoint2 months ago Overall Indian smartphone shipments in Q2 touch 18.42M units, Micromax inching closer to Samsung for market leadership: IDC  Techcircle.in2 months ago Indian smartphone market grows by 84 per cent year-on-year: IDC  India Today2 months ago

Samsung leads in Q2, but Micromax narrows gap: IDC

NEW DELHI: The Indian handset market currently led by Samsung with Micromax at No. 2 could see a reshuffle in the rankings among the top five vendors in coming quarters, as Chinese and local device makers aggressively tap the entry level segment of ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Samsung leads India market in Q2, but Micromax narrows gap: IDC  Economic Times2 months ago Samsung leads India market in Q2 but Micromax narrows gap, reshuffle on cards: IDC  Economic Times2 months ago
Channel Times

Sub $200 Smartphones Drive Mobile Shipment Growth: IDC

New Delhi, August 18:Korean electronics major Samsung continues to retain the top position in the Indian mobile phone market with a Q2 share of 17%, closely followed by homegrown player Micromax with 14% according to the latest report from ...
 Channel Times2 months ago Samsung still the top mobile phone brand but Micromax closing in: IDC  Hindu Business Line2 months ago

Leading CIOs To Be Recognized At The I.C.O.N.I.C IDC Insights Awards 2014 | Prized by CIOs and technology leaders worldwide

On completing 50 glorious years of providing strategic insights to help clients achieve their key business objectives, International Data Corporation (IDC) is rolling out the I.C.O.N.I.C IDC Insights Awards in India. IDC Insights Awards will honour ...
 IDC1 month ago

SDS—Slow, But Steady: IDC India

Vendors, partners, and customers, all vary in their views on software-defined storage (SDS), the newest kid on the tech block. While some have placed high hopes on this technology and wish to see it materialize in the near future, others think its ...
 ChannelWorld India1 month ago
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Micromax Closing in on Samsung in India: IDC

Though Samsung is still the leading phone maker in India, homegrown brand Micromax is closing in on the Korean company's lead, says a report. According to a report by research firm IDC, Samsung was leading in the Indian handset market with a ...
 NDTV Profit2 months ago Micromax Closing in on Samsung Mobile in India  NDTV Profit2 months ago Look Who's Rivaling Samsung Mobile  NDTV Profit2 months ago

Networking professionals will need to reskill, says IDC

Research firm IDC says that the deployment of software defined networking and DevOps into data centres will see control of the network and responsibility for purchase decisions shift away from networking professionals and cause their numbers to ...
 Australian PC World1 month ago
Times of India

HP's enterprise customers back company's decision to split

MUMBAI: Hewlett Packard's biggest enterprise customers in India's over $30-billion IT market have backed the company's plan to break itself into two separate companies, saying the move will not affect their ongoing projects. CIOs at some of the ...
 Times of India6 days ago HP's decision to split not going to affect the projects  Economic Times1 week ago Hewlett Packard's Decision to Split Is Not Going to Affect the Ongoing Projects  Communications Today6 days ago HP's decision to split is not going to affect the ongoing projects  Economic Times6 days ago
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