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ๅग़ྌᔄٖ਻ 摘要 ᘉᦲ 全⽂⽂献 ᘉᦲ Intel, whose chips serve as calculating engines in most computers, has bene fi ted as vendors of cloud- computing services such as Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. have continued to bulk up on servers and other data center gear. ๅग़ EMC Corp. on Wednesday became the third old-guard tech company in three days to report disappointing results stemming from the industry's rapid shift to new ways of computing. The data-storage company issued quarterly results that underscored a slowdown in spending by companies that install and operate their own computing hardware, as technology spending shifts from corporate data centers to off-premise cloud services and from PCs to mobile devices. Quarterly reports from International Business Machines Corp. and Intel Corp. pointed to similar issues, weighed down by mature businesses that have been shrinking for years. Companies are tightly controlling traditional information-technology investments from desktop computers to server systems, industry executives say, as they consider shifts to newer technology and services that could help reduce their operating costs. "The IT spending environment continues to be challenging, and it's having a meaningful impact across enterprise tech," said Denis Cashman, EMC's chief fi nancial of fi cer, during a conference call with analysts Wednesday.
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  • Fall '15
  • Personal computer, Flash memory, Intel Corp., LG Electronics

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