San Francisco, California, Oct 25, 2017: A recent business and commerce study by TMR Research has assured the stockholders that the demand in the global software-defined anything (SDx) market will expand at a robust CAGR during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025. The fresh study, titled “Software-Defined Anything Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” has been compiled by professional market research analysts and aspires to serve as a business tool for its targeted audiences such as software-defined technology providers, data centers, software deployment and integration providers, government research agencies and private research organizations, technical universities, and market research and consulting firms.
The report is a result of primary and secondary research that involved consultancy with market experts. Beginning with an overview of the current scenario of the SDx market, the report analyzes various factors including drivers, restraints, and trends, segments it into smaller aspects, gauges the potential of every important region, and throws light on the competitive landscape by profiling a number of leading vendors for their business strategies, product portfolio, and geographical presence.
As per the findings of the report, some of the key factors that will favor the software-defined anything market in the near future are: ability of these software to optimize the cost of hardware installed, increasing demand for cloud services, growing need for new network architecture for server virtualization, and rise of new software defined concepts. With increased access to the network, end users can now control a range of portable and traditional devices, and the shift toward promoting a greater role for software systems will continue to expand. On the other hand, the lack of industry standards for vendors implementation, absence of skilled workforce for effective deployment of SDx infrastructure, data privacy issues, and lack of enhanced power and cooling infrastructure that is required to support the equipment are some of the obstructions that must be overcome by the vendors of software-defined anything market in the near future.
Technology-wise, the global software-defined anything market can be segmented into software-defined data center (SDDC), software-defined networking (SDN), and software-defined storage (SDS). In the current scenario, telecom and ITES verticals are increasingly adopting SDA technologies and account for the major demand share of this segment, as these technologies can centrally control and manage the entire data center resources, including cooling and power. Based on end-use industry, the market can be bifurcated into banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), telecom and ITES, education, logistics and warehouse, consumer goods and retail, government and defense, and healthcare. On the basis of service, the market can be classified into integration and deployment, consulting, and managed services, whereas based on deployment mode, the market can be categorized into on-premise and cloud-based.
Geographically, the report takes stock of the potential of software-defined anything market in every important region such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East and Africa. For each of these regions, the report not only providers demand and independent growth rates, it also picks out the important countries that the vendors should be concentrating on in order to extract maximum profits.
As far as the competitive landscape is concerned, the report has detected an evolving scenario wherein product development is of great essence. A number of companies are currently venturing into the market and most of them are focused on acquiring small companies in order to enhance their product portfolio and virtualization of offerings. The report identifies Microsoft, Cisco, EMC2, IBM, Citrix, HP, and VMware as some of the key companies currently operating in the global SDx market.
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