$194 Million Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Insights by Offering, Deployment Type, Enterprise Size, Industry, and Region

PR Newswire | January 31, 2020

$194 Million Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Insights by Offering, Deployment Type, Enterprise Size, Industry, and Region
The "Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Research Report: By Offering, Type, Enterprise Size, Industry, Geographical Outlook - Industry Opportunity Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2024" In 2018, the global virtual mobile infrastructure (VMI) market reached a value of $115.8 million and is expected to attain $194.3 million in 2024, witnessing a 9.7% CAGR during the forecast period (2019-2024). The market is witnessing growth due to the increasing penetration of smartphones and rising adoption of bring-you-own-device (BYOD) policy. The VMI platform allows enterprises to host corporate data and apps within a secure mobile operating system on centralized servers. Zero apps and data are stored on the employee's device as the environment is remote, reducing the chances of data theft.

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For the last three years SD-WAN has been the hottest topic in networking largely because of the ability of this new architecture to lower WAN costs by enabling network organizations to either replace or supplement expensive MPLS links with inexpensive Internet links. While reducing cost is always an important business goal, network organizations need to be constantly focused on ensuring that they provide maximum value to the company’s business unit managers. Showing the business value of the WAN is often difficult because few business unit managers care very much about any component of their company’s IT infrastructure including their WAN. What they care about is the applications they use to run their business unit.

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Ethernity Networks Releases New 5G Routing Device

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Spotlight

For the last three years SD-WAN has been the hottest topic in networking largely because of the ability of this new architecture to lower WAN costs by enabling network organizations to either replace or supplement expensive MPLS links with inexpensive Internet links. While reducing cost is always an important business goal, network organizations need to be constantly focused on ensuring that they provide maximum value to the company’s business unit managers. Showing the business value of the WAN is often difficult because few business unit managers care very much about any component of their company’s IT infrastructure including their WAN. What they care about is the applications they use to run their business unit.