Posted by Mark Halsey on December 14, 2018 11:29:06Software companies have come a long way in the last five years, but there is still plenty of room for improvement.
Hardware is the code that runs software on the hardware, and that code is often the key to success.
The hardware industry is growing at an incredible rate.
The number of PCs, smartphones, tablets and gaming consoles has doubled since 2010, and the demand for those products is growing faster than ever.
The latest data from IDC shows that the market for PCs has grown to more than $1 trillion.
Hardware is expected to account for over 40% of the total market by 2021.
The market is expected at around $1.8 trillion by 2022, and by 2024 it will be over $2 trillion.
The growth is driven by the growing popularity of mobile devices.
The PC market is dominated by the Intel-based PC, which is now the fastest-growing segment of the market.
There are currently nearly 100 million PCs sold worldwide, and there is a growing market for notebooks.
IDC estimates that the PC market will reach $9.6 trillion by 2021, up from around $8.3 trillion in 2021.
For smartphones, the industry is dominated primarily by Samsung, LG, Huawei and Xiaomi.
However, there are also some strong contenders from other manufacturers such as Samsung and Huawei.
While the market is saturated, IDC predicts the smartphone market will grow to over $4 trillion by 2020, up slightly from around 2.6 billion last year.
IDCs prediction for the total smartphone market is closer to 4 trillion, up 3.6%.
With the popularity of the PC and the rise in mobile devices, it’s no wonder that software companies have become increasingly focused on developing their own hardware solutions.
It’s also no surprise that many of these companies are working closely with hardware vendors.
The industry is very different today than when we first started to see companies like Intel and Samsung create hardware solutions to cater to the needs of the smartphone and tablet markets.
However this is just the beginning of the software and networking space, and it’s only going to grow.
There are still plenty for the software companies to improve on, and I’m sure the software world will get better and better as the industry matures.