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Kenneth Liew

Senior Research Manager, Client Devices

Kenneth Liew is a Senior Research Manager with IDC’s Asia/Pacific Client Devices research group. Based in Singapore, Kenneth manages IDC's tracker products covering PC, mobile phone, tablet, display and thin client research across 16 countries in the region. He is responsible for sizing and forecasting these markets and examining competitive trends and insights.

Prior to joining IDC, Kenneth was conducting technology intelligence and market research with regional service provider SingTel and before that, he was with IDC's Asia/Pacific telecommunications research group. He was the founding editor of ConvergenceAsia and he also spent a few years as a technology writer with Computerworld Singapore.

Kenneth has been quoted in a number of publications and has also appeared in various news channels across the region to share his insights into telecommunication developments and trends.

Kenneth holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern Queensland and graduated with a Degree in Computing from the National University of Singapore.

This IDC study provides a comprehensive overview and definitions for wearable devices. The definitions provided in this document represent the scope of IDC's wearable devices hardware research.This taxonomy outlines market segmentations and...
Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Tablet Adoption by Vertical Trends 2016

Apr 2017 - Market Perspective - Doc # AP42406117

by: Peggy Cheung,  Avinash Kalyana Sundaram,  Kenneth Liew

This IDC study reviews the situation of tablet adoption in commercial markets in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) and provides an overview of the adoption trend. This study provides the tablet market size by verticals for each subregion and r...
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