Investors should be looking for all things Linux and
Desktop now to invest.
Linux Desktop has in 2011 got over the 1% threshold - the slowest part
of the growth curve and now its gone exponential
with 100% growth rate per annum.
By end of 2012 it will be 3% desktop market share.
Somebody somewhere is making money in times of recession!
Linux already has 90% of the entire OS market and most
electronics retailers owe their entire existence to Linux
selling products like Flat TVs, digital photoframes, PVRs,
DVD recorders, DVD players, HD recorders, HD players, MP3, MP4,
MP5 players, printers, IPWebcams, set top boxes, the majority
of the smartphones, and numerous gadgets.
Linux also owns the server space and supercomputer space.
So now it looks as if Linux is going for exponential growth
with desktop market taking aim at the Linux pre-install market,
and in future all applications software development.
Big name players like the stock exchange, many municipalities
and governments already insist on Linux and open source for
all tax payer funded projects to make sure the value of the tax
payer funded investments are available long after the initial
investment as source code for future projects.
Desktop PC market is one area where the big iron in
Linux is now taking aim with big applications development.
Thats where the opportunities are for investors,
support companies and software developer companies.