Hardware Trends of 2022

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Computer hardware is an integral parts of our lives, especially in the advance workplace. Servers are the base foundation of our digital economy. Most of the majority depends on the computing devices to work to earn. Computer hardware is still as important as ever, accounting for the largest portion of overall tech spending at 30% of overall IT budgets. So here is about hardware trends of 2022.

By understanding and analyzing all the survey reports about the dependence on computers and hardware. It shows that we depends on these system.

Key Highlights

  1. Just in two years, use of AMD processors in business is increase about 60% for PCs and about 44% of servers.
  2. About 68% of enterprises are about to adopt flash storage arrays in next two years.
  3. About half of the business are going to adopt “pay-as-you-go” based infrastructure by the next year.
  4. Using ARM server processors will be double in the upcoming two years.

Servers in Hardware are Still Important

About more than 40% work depends on the cloud. Even expecting a increase till 50% by 2023 ending. Overall hardware spending has dropped from 33% of IT budgets in 2020 to 30% in 2022. Within the hardware category, server spending accounted for 14% of hardware budgets in 2020 but will represent only 11% in 2022. 

But On- premises servers are still important to organizations all over the world. The most of the work still runs locally and in near future all will use servers for the works.

On-premises Servers

Intel is an old and trusted in the server world. But it was only till 2017, when the AMD launched his cost effective Ryzen chips. It was a tough fight for the Intel, as it was dominating market with powerful chips.

Since then, the adoption of AMD chips has grown steadily. A Spiceworks State of Servers report found that 16% of businesses used AMD server chips in 2019. The latest 2022 State of IT findings reveal that 30% of companies use servers powered by AMD processors, and adoption of AMD-powered servers is expected to rise to 44% of businesses by the end of 2023.

Evolution of End-User Hardware

Till today desktops are then main part of the workplaces. But they are not portable, so they have big advantage of laptops as they are cheap to maintain. Today’s pandemic-induced remote work climate places much more importance on portability and flexibility. After all, it’s quite difficult to lug a desktop and monitor between home and office. However, companies spend more on laptops as compare to desktops.