There are some other interesting points brought up from the report. Forrester's take on demise of the JCP speculates that Oracle will "formulate an alternative that ends the fiction of the JCP as an open process", leaving IBM and Oracle in total control of the future of Java. Perhaps that's not such a bad thing. The OpenJDK still allows for contributions that can still have enough impact to gain acceptance to official Java releases.
ReadWriteWeb published this interesting infographic from the report, showing the companies that influence the direction of Java.