Software Defined Storage Gains Popularity Worldwide, States KBV Research in Its New Topical Study Recently Uploaded at MarketPublishers.com18 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays, software-defined storage (SDS) is rapidly gaining widespread acceptance worldwide, driven primarily by numerous benefits offered by this technology. SDS is a powerful platform, which becomes more and more popular amid IT organisations and professionals due to its ease of use, efficiency and affordability.
This platform can be smoothly integrated in any organisation in order to cope with the constantly growing storage requirements without adding to the complexity and cost.
The SDS market is poised to follow an upward trend in the short-run, with IT organisations expected to increase their investments in early-stage education with the aim to get a deeper understanding of the most potential ways to deploy SDS for their key workloads.
Key companies active in the world SDS market include Hitachi, Microsoft Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, Oracle Corporation, IBM Corporation, Cisco Systems, HP Enterprise Company, Google and Amazon.com.
Insightful research study “Global Software Defined Storage Market (2016 - 2022)” prepared by KBV Research presents an all-round overview of the global software-defines storage (SDS) market and a detailed market assessment on the basis of usage type, component type, application, geography and organisation.
The report contains reliable info on the SDS market growth hinders, drivers, threats, challenges and opportunities; explores the recent trends and developments, investigates the regulative infrastructure and competitive landscape.
The study reviews the current scenario across the major geographical markets for SDS and discloses trustworthy updated statistics.
The research publication contains profiles of top market players and outlines future growth prospects.
Additionally, the report includes forecasts for the global SDS market up to 2022.
Other insightful research reports by this publisher can be found at the KBV Research page.