Workstation market growth rate slows—but only slightly—in Q2’22
As part of its ongoing research pertaining to the workstation market, Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released its quarterly JPR Workstation Market Report for Q2’22.
Following suit with the prior quarter’s results, Q2’22 again showed continuing moderation in the workstation market’s growth rate. However, a slowing rate should not be inferred as a decline in unit volume, as the market still grew at a relatively robust 22.2% year over year (YoY), compared to the 42.8% and 24.2% growth of Q4’21 and Q1’22, respectively. As always, the trio of Dell, HP, and Lenovo continue to dominate sales, although the three vary in market strength, in particular across platforms and geography.
Looking at platforms, the mix of mobile and fixed workstations continues to reveal an interesting and evolving storyline. “As the pandemic has faded, we’d expected to see fixed machine growth come on strong and outpace mobiles as enterprises restarted their typical refresh cycles in anticipation of desks and offices filling back up,” offers JPR Workstation Report author Alex Herrera. “And yes, fixed workstations are seeing a substantial rebound from the height of the pandemic, with Q2’22’s 19.7% YoY growth making for a solid five-quarter stretch after several quarters of pandemic-induced declines. But rather than slowing its growth rate in the face of more workers returning to the office, the mobile workstation market continued its bullish pace, ticking up to 26.4% YoY.”
Providing the most comprehensive look at the workstation market available, the quarterly JPR Workstation Market Report for Q2’22 delves into breadth and depth across all slices of the workstation and professional GPU markets, including:
Complete breakdown of traditional workstation market by units, revenue, platforms, key components, verticals, geography, and vendors
Workstation market forecast
Complete breakdown of workstation GPU market by units and revenue, across product classes (including integrated graphics) and vendors
In addition to four quarterly reports focused on market results, a subscription to the JPR Workstation Report includes two revisions of the JPR Workstation Report Semi-Annual, a complete reference manual on the workstation, and professional graphics businesses. Anything you want to know about the markets, technologies, and industry players can be found in this all-inclusive report.
Pricing and availability
The Workstation Report Series – Professional Computing Markets and Technologies quarterly report is available in electronic editions and sells for $5,000 single copy and $8,800 for a year’s subscription which includes six reports and consulting time.
JPR also publishes a series of reports on the graphics Add-in-Board Market and PC Gaming Hardware Market, which covers the total market, including systems and accessories, and looks at 31 countries.
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About Jon Peddie Research
Jon Peddie Research has been active in the graphics and multimedia fields for more than 30 years. JPR is a technically oriented multimedia and graphics research and consulting firm. Based in Tiburon, California, JPR provides consulting, research, and other specialized services to technology companies in a variety of fields including, graphics development, multimedia for professional applications and consumer electronics, high-end computing, and Internet-access product development.
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