A list, from UBS Warburg’s Research Report:
Nokia 3510I: Nokia expects this to be the highest selling phone in the world in 2003.
Microsoft CRM: Microsoft’s Navision and Great Plains acquisitions lead Microsoft’s charge into the small-med business.
Cisco MDS 9000 Storage Switch: Implications for Brocade and McData likely bigger than for Cisco.
Sun J2EE 1.4 spec: Next Java specification finally introduced in early
AMD Hammer: AMD’s much-delayed equivalent to Intel’s Itanium.
Intel Banias Chip: First architecture exclusively for mobile processors. Big focus on Wi-Fi.
Adobe Acrobat 6.0: Roughly 25% of Adobe’s revenues, next Acrobat product cycle could have major implications for Adobe.
.NET Server 2003: Upgrade to the server O/S version of Windows 2000 forms foundation for .NET.
Microsoft Office 11: Big Office upgrade already getting plenty of
press. Focus on .NET, integrating XML into the suite.
Cometa Networks: Intel, AT&T, IBM initiative to develop Wi-Fi hot spots throughout the top 50 U.S. metropolitan areas in 03 and 04.