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PCs set to cross 5 million marks

15-December-2000
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PCs set to cross 5 million marks

According to the Dataquest magazine, the five million marks—which is just over one per cent of the global installed base – will be crossed on December 20. The projection is based on a graded obsolescence model and assumes a maximum life cycle of 10 year for an installed PC. With a growth rate of 45 per cent every year, the number of PCs in the country will cross 10 million by January 2003, the magazine predicted.

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