There’s relatively stable (but flat) demand for computer hardware despite the events of September 11, suggests a new report from Techtel Corp., an Emeryville, CA, research firm.

“The demand for information technology hardware is holding flat – the terrorists have not sent demand spiraling downwards as we might have thought,” says Techtel Chief Architect Michael Kelley. “We are living in a world of flat overall demand and I expect real demand to remain flat for the next two quarters.”

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