Desktop virtualization is a software technology which is implemented by most of the enterprises for the purpose of separating desktop environment and associated application software from the access of physical devices, used by client. Enterprises that are operating in IT and Telecommunications sector are significantly adopting desktop virtualization solutions in order to minimize excessive IT infrastructure cost, and enhance the deployment speed. Moreover, adoption of desktop virtualization in business processing enterprises and data centres is growing up at a high pace.
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Desktop Virtualization Market: Drivers and Restraints
Presently, vendors are migrating their IT infrastructure and business data such as enterprise resource planning, and customer relationship management towards cloud, and this is turning up as one of the major driving factors of the Desktop Virtualization market. Simplified management process and enhanced security is another major factor which is driving the market in positive manner.
Complexity, compatibility, and bottle neck issues are the major restraints faced by most of the vendors in Desktop Virtualization market.
Major players operating in the Desktop Virtualization market includes Citrix Systems, VMware, NComputing, Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems, Oracle Corporation, Rea Hat, Huawei Technologies, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
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Global Desktop Virtualization Market: Regional Outlook
On the basis of geography, Desktop Virtualization market can be segmented into seven key regions namely North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, APEJ, Japan and Middle East & Africa. Among various regions, the Desktop Virtualization market in North America is expected to dominate during the forecast period followed by Western Europe, and APAC. The market of Asia pacific region will witness significant growth owing to the increasing number of start-ups.
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