Top 10 Information Technology (IT) Companies in World 2015
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Information Technology (IT) Sector is becoming a sector which is not driving its own growth but it helps other sectors grow too. Most of the sectors and businesses depend on IT to get their processes automated and streamlined. With advent of smartphones computing has gone to next level, the IT companies now are working on computing, mobility, applications for B2B as well as B2C sectors. The beginning of the list have companies like Adobe with IT companies like Cognizant, Capgemini forming the middle order. Top Ranks are taken by tech giants like Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Accenture.
Here is the list of Top 10 IT Companies in the world 2015 on the basis of Revenue and Market Capitalization.
10. VMware Inc.
VMware, Inc., a US software company, provides virtualization software and services.
It was founded by Diane Greene, Scott Devine, Mendel Rosenblum, Edouard Bugnionin and Edward Wang in 1998 & It is based in Palo Alto, California. VMware offers the most trusted virtualization platform for desktop, data center and applications.
It provides trusted platforms for virtual datacenters, complete virtual IT services platform, comprehensive virtualization management and infrastructure integration. It improves the availability, performance and utilization of clients’ IT resources through virtualization, where the hardware resources of a single computer are used by multiple virtual machines. VMware offers the highest performing and most scalable virtualization and private cloud platform in the industry for even the most resource-intensive business critical applications at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). The company develops and markets its products and service offerings within three main product groups: software-defined data center, end-user computing and hybrid cloud computing.
In October, 2014, VMware and Tata Consultancy Services strengthened their partnership to deliver enterprise applications for the software-defined data center.