Apple, Dell and IBM are all expected to benefit from what appears to be improvements in IT spending, according to
a Reuters article.
Signs of growth are gradually emerging in the U.S. computer hardware industry, led by consumer spending on personal computers and electronics, according to a “U.S. Computer Hardware Industry–Signs of Growth Ahead” report published by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services.
“A full recovery is dependent upon growth in corporate spending, which until now has been constrained by a persistent atmosphere of caution,” Reuters reports. “Once a full recovery is in place, a rebound in spending on high-end systems may take somewhat longer to develop, which will delay a recovery for some companies, according to the report.”