[206+ Pages Report] According to a Facts and Factors market research report, the global virtual desktop infrastructure market was USD 11.7 Billion in 2020; further, this revenue is expected to reach around USD 30 Billion by the end of 2026, increasing at a CAGR of around 17% from 2021 to 2026.
Virtual desktop infrastructure is a desktop virtualization technology that allows a data center to run and maintain a desktop operating system. The virtual desktop picture is supplied to an endpoint device over the network, allowing the user to interact with the operating system and its apps as if they were running locally. A standard PC, thin client device, or mobile device can all be used as an endpoint.
Bring-your-own-device and corporate-owned personally-enabled devices are driving VDI adoption in the IT and telecom industries. In addition, the demand for VDI is increasing owing to the increase in the mobile workforce. Organizations are increasingly turning to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to manage IT consumerization and cost control. Businesses are attempting to develop advanced virtualized desktop infrastructure. Consumerization of IT and BYOD, combined with mobility, are putting pressure on businesses to adopt advanced virtual technology. Desktop virtualization is gaining attraction owing to improved security, governance, and compliance. Moving to a DaaS platform can benefit a company's security strategy in various ways, as security is one of the top objectives for enterprises. Various DaaS vendors are now offering security software and services to ensure that businesses use newer, inherently safer devices as soon as possible. Furthermore, by switching to a DaaS service, user data is stored in the DaaS environment, where it is accessible from a wide range of client devices and from practically anywhere. Data is thus securely maintained using the DaaS environment when combined with encryption in transit and encryption at rest. Furthermore, as end-point vulnerabilities grow, enterprises are migrating to virtualized systems, which reduce the perimeter of exposure by storing data in a secure data center rather than on a hard drive on a traditional end-user device. Thus certain benefits provided by VDI are contributing to the market growth.
Despite the COVID 19 epidemic, the worldwide virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) industry is growing steadily. The increased propensity of employees to work from home is a crucial aspect that is contributing to market growth in this pandemic circumstance. To stop the spread of the virus, the governments of most countries implemented harsh lockdowns and movement restrictions. Most firms have been obliged to establish remote working policies as a result, resulting in a surge in demand for desktop virtualization solutions around the world.
The global virtual desktop infrastructure market has been segmented into deployment, component, type, and application. On-premise and cloud-based are the deployment models of the global virtual desktop infrastructure market. Based on the component, the market has been categorized into platform, service, and hardware. In terms of type, the worldwide market is categorized into non-persistent VDI and persistent VDI. The application segment is bifurcated into IT & telecommunication, media & entertainment, education, healthcare, BFSI, government, retail, manufacturing, and others.
North America led the global virtual desktop infrastructure market in terms of revenue in 2020. Increased adoption of cloud technology in numerous industries such as IT, healthcare, education, and telecom industries in the United States is expected to offer the most lucrative revenue potential over the forecast period.
Furthermore, due to BYOD regulations and rising smartphone adoption in the United States, the industry is growing. Due to the rise of cloud computing and the rise of the mobile workforce, the market in the Asia Pacific is predicted to develop at the fastest rate throughout the forecast period. In this region, the concept of bringing your own device to work is gaining traction and cloud computing is becoming more popular.
Some of the key players in the virtual desktop infrastructure market are Microsoft Corp., Parallels, Pano Logic, Cisco Systems Inc., Listeq, VMware Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., Oracle Corp., Igel Technology, International Business Machines Corp., Dell Technologies Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Netapp, Dincloud, Amazon.com Inc., Huawei Investment and Holding Co. Ltd., Atlantis Computing, NComputing and Citrix Systems Inc., among others.
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