Indian NAS Market to Reach USD 84 Million by 2022, Expects 6Wresearch in New Report Available at MarketPubslishers.com30 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The demand for NAS systems has increased in India, and this growth was driven by a range of factors favoring it. The rising usage of wireless devices is the first driver worth noting. Rising data volumes and the booming cloud market are some other important driving forces.
The Indian NAS market is set to amount to approximately USD 84 million by 2022.
The SME segment captured the largest share of this market in terms of revenue if compared to other end-users.
Penetration of NAS systems is relatively low in the home end-user segment given low awareness as well as the rise in the use of flash and hard drives as data storages.
Here are some companies that rule to worldwide marketplace: QNAP, Synology and Western Digital, to name a few.
New research report “India Network Attached Storage (NAS) Systems Market (2016-2022)” drawn up by 6Wresearch offers a comprehensive guide to the India NAS marketplace. The study starts with an all-inclusive overview of this market space. It reviews dynamics of this marketplace in detail.
The report pays very close attention to the performance of all segments of the Indian marketplace. The research study also analyzes distribution trends in the local market. It insightfully explores the competitive environment.
The research report contains in-depth profiles of leading companies. Recommendations of experts as well as future outlook for this marketplace are available in the study, too.
- thorough overview of the India market;
- insights into its dynamics;
- coverage of all market segment;
- discussion of the competitive landscape;
- players’ profiles;
- future outlook;
- and more.
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