Data visualization: List of largest IT companies in the world

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I was going through the list of largest IT companies in the world. And I thought, it would be great to see it visually! so here it goes:

[created using Power View in Excel 2013)

power view scatter chart excel 2013Configuration of Scatter Plot:

fields list power view scatter chart excel 2013

Some of observations:

– Foxconn has low revenue/employee ratio (I guess, it’s because they must be employing a lot of workers for their electronic manufacturing plant at low cost)

– Samsung is ranked number 1 and Apple is ranked 2. But apple has better revenue/employee ratio. Also Apple’s market cap (represented by Size of bubble) is greater then that of Samsung

– there’s a cluster that comprises of MS. Google, Amazon.. etc Also one more cluster of HP, Panasonic and IBM

And here’s the Data that I’ve used:

RankCompanyRevenue (USD Billion)EmployeesMarket cap
1Samsung Electronics$188.10221,726$200
2Apple$156.5076,100$427.62
3HP$120.30331,800$32.46
4Foxconn$1191,230,000$27.20
5IBM$104.50433,362$229.45
6Panasonic$99.65327,512$22.70
7Microsoft$73.7294,000$231.03
8Dell$62.07106,700$22.97
9Amazon.com$61.0988,400$120.03
10Fujitsu$54.46173,155$125.83
11Intel$53.34104,700$105.26
12Google$50.1753,546$248.31

 

Bill Gates and Steve jobs together (Not unreal!) discussing on Future of Technology.

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Contrary to the first impression you might have formed; it’s neither a debate nor a legal battle room, it’s more a suave discussion¬† on Future of Technology. In this video series: Two of the geeks i admire and read about – Bill gates and Steve jobs, share a podium and talk about things they did, things that can happen and generic stuff in the world of computing.¬† Throughout the video, you will notice the playfulness in their eyes when they try pulling legs of each other; they are small kids again! they are by no means trying to undermine each other but in a subtle way are trying innocently to have fun while discussing some of the concepts of the world of computing in general. it’s like watching two kid-adults playfully discussing on things that will change our world!

I liked their discussion on how cloud computing could find a niche in the world of computing and how and ways it could coexist with contemporary forms of computing.

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