Last edited 08 Apr 2022

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Market size 2027

The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market will hit US$25,496.3 million in terms of value by the end of 2025. The market growth will be driven by the wide adoption of VDI technology. Rising developments in industrialisation will accelerate growth in the market till 2025. However, security vulnerabilities in internet of things (IoT) networks will have a negative impact on the global market’s growth during this period. The threat of data breaches is predicted to be a key challenge which could become a strong threat from 2019 to 2025.

The virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) market is set to grow at a CAGR of 16.1% during the forecast period 2019 to 2025.

The market will be dominated by: NComputing Inc. (US), Citrix Systems Inc (US), Cisco Systems Inc.(US), Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd (China), RedHat Inc (US), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (US), Microsoft Corporation (US), VMware Inc.(US), Oracle Corporation (US), Amazon Web Services (US), Evolve IP LLC. (US), Parallels International GmbH (Germany)

The industry faces challenges from vendor dependency, security issues, and other factors. But the market benefits from increasing research and development activities, resulting in the introduction of environment-friendly products that not only dissipate a lower amount of heat but have enhanced mechanical properties. Another key trend gaining prevalence in the global market is the increasing focus on the electrification of vehicles, which is also giving rise to the production of light-weight vehicles and automotive brake friction products.

Due to a rise in phishing activities, COVID-19 has substantially increased the adoption of cloud infrastructure and services. In addition, COVID-19 has significantly increased the security budget, which has resulted in a large increase in cloud infrastructure and services. According to the findings of a study conducted by Microsoft and published in August 2020, 36% of the total 800 respondents said that the budget for cybersecurity had risen as a consequence of the pandemic outbreak. Additionally, 42 percent of those who answered the survey said that their company altered its personnel by adding more security experts.

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