The Computing Power Trends by Platform TriMark shows changes in usage of various hardware platforms for the years from 1998 to 2000. The types of platforms include mainframes ($1 million or more), midrange systems ($100,000 to $999,999), LAN servers/superservers, and PCs/workstations. The Computing Power Trends by Platform TriMark is designed to provide IT executives with a comparison of changes in computing power by platform for the last three years.
Computing Power Trends by Platform and Sector TriMark – 1998 to 2000 (Feb 2001)
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