World Application Delivery Controllers Market to Amount to USD 4.2 Bn by 2023, Expects KBV Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
25 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Enhancing need to manage uninterrupted communication channels in different business operations and increasing complications associated with communication and coordination with business unit’s, owing to robust growth in the Internet traffic and rising number of applications, are amid the major growth engines of the world’s market for application delivery controllers (ADC). The adoption of ADC has seen considerable uptake during the recent past owing to robust growth in data generation and emergence of various complexities associated with network management.
In the years ahead, the worldwide ADC market is projected to continue keeping to a growth trend. During 2017-2023, this market is set to exhibit a 6% CAGR to amount to USD 4.2 billion.
In-demand topical research study “Global Application Delivery Controllers Market Analysis (2017-2023)” created by KBV Research gives an all-round analysis of the world’s CDN market covering its dynamics, landscape and structure in detail. This study highlights and discusses the key market growth influencing factors, investigates the actual market scenario across the key geographies, contains a detailed market segmentation analysis and offers an insightful overview of the prevailing trends. It points out the major growth challenges and opportunities, identifies promising growth sectors, reviews the key end-use verticals and describes competitive environment and offers relevant info on the dominant market participants. In addition, the report provides access to a comprehensive future outlook for the ADC market up to 2023.
Companies profiled in this publication: A10 Networks, Array Networks, F5 Networks, Citrix Systems, Dell Technologies, Brocade Communications Systems, Fortinet, KEMP Technologies, Barracuda Networks and Cisco Systems.
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