Thin clients play a vital role in establishing a virtualization infrastructure in applications such as healthcare, education, industrial, government, banking, IT, and telecom as well as other financial businesses. This report describes the factors influencing the growth of the thin client market. The overall thin client market is expected to be valued at USD 1.32 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 1.8% between 2017 and 2023. The key driving factors for the growth of the thin client market are reduced cost and energy consumption, easy and centralized manageability, and increased infrastructure security. The developments in the thin client market ecosystem through organic and inorganic growth strategies such as product launches and developments, partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions further help boost the market.
Dell (US), HP (US), NComputing (US), Centerm (China), and Igel (Germany) are the leading players in the thin client market. Product launches and developments, agreements, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, and collaborations are among the key strategies adopted by the major players to gain a competitive edge in this market.
Dell (US) is one of the key players in the thin client market. The company offers thin clients in standalone, with monitor, and mobile form factors. The company caters to the global market through their distributors in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), and Asia Pacific with Japan (APJ). Dell concentrates on product launch and development as its core business strategy. For instance, in August 2017, Dell (US) expanded its product portfolio with new Latitude 5280 mobile thin client to provide the manageability, performance, and security of Wyse thin clients. In July 2017, Dell (US) introduced a new thin client-Latitude 3480-in the mobile form factor with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and robust connectivity options. In July 2017, the company also updated its ThinOS 8.4 protocol with new virus-resistance capabilities and extended protocol support for Citrix and VMware customers.
NComputing (US) is one of the major players in the thin client market. The company provides its products and services to a variety of small- and large-scale customers across education, government, and industry segments, transforming their computational capabilities. NComputing (US) largely focuses on the strategy of product launches and developments to accelerate its organic growth and strengthen its product portfolio. It also focuses on the inorganic growth strategy of acquisition and partnerships to strengthen its business strategy. For instance, in June 2017, NComputing (US) developed VERDE VDI 8.1, a new desktop virtualization solution for enterprise, and small and medium businesses (SMB). In March 2017, the company acquired VERDE Workspaces (US), formerly known as Virtual Bridges, which allowed it to provide end-to-end solutions including thin clients, software clients, desktop management, and provisioning infrastructure.
Other major companies operating in the thin client market are HP (US), Centerm (China), Igel (Germany), 10Zig (US), Fujitsu (Japan), Samsung (South Korea), Lenovo (China), LG Electronics (South Korea), NEC (Japan), ASUS (Taiwan), Cisco (US), Advantech (Taiwan), and Siemens (Germany).
Thin Client Market by Form Factor (Standalone, With Monitor, and Mobile), Application (Enterprise, Government, Education, and Industrial), and Geography (Americas, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific) - Global Forecast to 2023
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