2015, 30% Business Segment Master the Market Tablets

Tablet computer is one of the major trends in information technology market in the future. Throughout the year 2010, a total of 18.3 million tablets had been sold and will have 100 new tablet model, launched in 2011.
According to data reported by Frost & Sullivan, from 18.3 million tablets were sold during 2010, the iPad has the largest market share globally, which is about 90 percent.
"IPad manufactured by Apple is expected to continue to lead global tablet market in the short and medium businesses," said Iwan Rachmat, Senior Consultant, Information and Communication Technologies Frost & Sullivan Indonesia, in his statement, Thursday, March 3, 2011.
However, Iwan said, newcomers such as RIM, Cisco, Avaya and Android-based devices is also expected to gain market share relatively quickly in the short term.
With a strong consumer appeal, recent business sector also showed an increased interest in the use of tablets. As an illustration, of the total units sold worldwide in 2010, only 5 percent was purchased by the business sector. In the future, this percentage is expected to rise and reached 30 percent in 2015.
"Currently, there are still factors that inhibit the penetration of a tablet in the corporate market," said Iwan. "The use and access via tablet that has not been common, limited application developers, the small number of data plan and subsidies from operators and the high price of tablets in the local market is an obstacle," he said.

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