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Virtual Desktop Market 2018: Historical Analysis, Business Opportunities, Latest Innovations, Top Players and Forecast by 2022 | COVID-19 Pandemic

Market Highlights

A virtual desktop is primarily the interface of an individual with a virtual setting, in which the virtualized desktop is kept within a remotely located server, instead of local saving. It distinguishes the physical device from the tool and provides a separate operating system for the users. There are many factors that establish a virtual desktop market, ranging from being budget-friendly, productive, and greater data integrity. The international virtual desktop market is speculated to expand at around 9% CAGR during the forecasted period, between 2016 and 2022.

The global virtual desktop market is expected to reach around 5 billion dollars by the year 2022. Virtual technology being hugely adopted in modern-day business is the foremost reason behind the market growth. The growth of technologies around telecommunication can be touted as one of the foremost reasons behind the incredible prospect of the virtual desktop market. However, enhancing the consumer base of information technology is said to be one of the biggest advantages that help in the growth of this market.

The future of the global virtual desktop market looks encouraging with the growing trend of the mobile workforce. Starting from small to large businesses, everyone is interested in moving ahead of traditional PCs. Apart from this, the advent of superior storage technology is also one of the prime reasons, along with full GPUs. As users are able to handle the all-out task, it streamlines the workforce phenomenally. All these aspects contribute massively towards the growth of the virtual desktop market in recent times.

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The virtual Desktop market is basically segmented on the basis of Product Type and Application.

On the basis of Product Type, the market can be further segmented into Cloud-Based Software-as-a-Service, Infrastructure-as-a-Service Cloud-Based VD, Private Hosting Cloud-Based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, and Desktop-as-a-Service Cloud-Based Virtual Desktop.

Virtual Desktop Market is segmented on the basis of Deployment into the On-premise Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Cloud-based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

Virtual Desktop Market is segmented on the basis of Vertical into IT & Telecommunication, BFSI, Media & Entertainment, Healthcare, Transportation, Government, Aerospace & Defence, and Others. Meticulous analysis of all these factors helps in the noteworthy understanding of the virtual desktop market globally.

Regional Analysis

From a regional perspective, the virtual desktop market is divided into Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, and the Rest of the World. Swift advancement and evolution of IT technology bring in a virtual desktop concept which grew with popularity all across the globe. North America is indeed the prominent destination, led by the US. The Asia Pacific is forecasted to grow at an equivalently significant rate between the forecasted periods. To be specific, India and China show a great market perspective in this domain due to the incredible scope for the start-up enthusiasts. Coming to the European market, the UK and Germany show great market trends promising good for the investors.

Industry news

3rdWatch News publishes a report about the growth perspective of the global virtual desktop market size. The report analyses all the key factors associated with the growth of the market. It identifies the key domains where the market is anticipated to be the most successful. The report also predicts the growth rate between the forecasted period.

Key Players

Leading players profiled in the virtual desktop market include Mokafive (U.S), Google, Inc. (U.S), IBM Corp. (U.S), NComputing Co.Ltd ( U.S) , HP , Inc.( U.S) ,  VMware,Inc. (U.S) , Red Hat Inc.(U.S),  Microsoft Corp. (U.S),  Dell, Inc. (U.S),  and Citrix Inc. (U.S).

Feb 2019- Google is planning to bring the much-requested Chrome OS feature in virtual desktops under the name “Virtual Desks” with an aim to improve workflow and multitasking.