In 2020, the world’s largest computers will have a price tag of $200 billion or more.

That’s according to the most recent data from the research firm IHS Markit.

The company says that if the technology can stay competitive in the coming years, the price will fall by another $100 billion or so, to $150 billion.

The data was collected by IHSMarkit from 10 major computer companies, including HP, Dell, Intel, AMD, and Toshiba.

The information is based on the projected market for 2020, and is expected to be updated regularly as the industry matures.

The companies’ projections also assume that we will be able to make more and better use of the machines in the next few years.

But the data is still preliminary.

And if the predictions turn out to be accurate, the impact of computing will be profound.

IHS says that computing will reach $2.5 trillion in 2020, a nearly 40% jump over 2020’s total, and that the market for computers will reach 1.6 trillion.

It also says that by 2020, computing will become a primary source of income for the world.

And that’s not all.

I think that this will help make it possible for a number of emerging economies to benefit from economies like China’s.

We think that will lead to a lot of countries, especially emerging economies, having a lot more money in the pockets of their citizens.

And we think that that will make the entire world richer. 

Intel’s projections are even more optimistic, with a projected market value of $7.5 billion by 2020.

That means that by the end of 2020, we’ll have a market value for computing at over $6 trillion, which is nearly 50% higher than today. 

This is good news for the tech industry, and for the entire global economy.

We have an enormous opportunity to bring the power of computing to billions of people, including our poorest people, and we’re going to do it, we’re planning to do, we want to do.