Workstation market tempers growth in Q1’22, with more moderation likely in the offing
By Senior Analyst and JPR Workstation Report author, Alex Herrera
Q1’22 workstation market results appear to finally show the beginning of the end for the market’s period of pandemic-fueled, overly exuberant sales. With a first quarter year-over-year (YoY) growth rate of 24%, the market still ran hotter than long term indicators would justify. Still, that figure is the lowest since Q4’20 and solid evidence of the eventual, expected moderation in unit volume.
The mobile workstation’s YoY growth rate slowed significantly in the first quarter, while the fixed/deskbound workstation’s growth rate continued its rebound, the combination continuing to show a gradual shift in platforms. Q1’22 marked the first quarter since Q3’19 that the fixed YoY growth rate exceeded that of mobiles, a sign that despite a return to offices having seen some fits and starts, Q1’22’s shipment mix would appear to reflect the trend.
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