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NComputing ranked fastest growing vendor

Ncomputing has been recognized as the fastest growing vendor in the worldwide enterprise client device market in the second quarter of 2013.

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DQW Bureau
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Ncomputing has been recognized as the fastest growing vendor in the worldwide enterprise client device market in the second quarter of 2013. According to the IDC Worldwide Enterprise Client Device Tracker Q2 2013, published September 25, 2013, NComputing showed 70% qoq growth, as well as 65% yoy growth. The impressive showing closed the market share gap between NComputing and the two traditional market leaders to just a few percentage points.

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The report tracked quarterly growth and shipments from Q2 2012 to Q2 2013 for 58 thin client vendors, with NComputing not only as the third ranked vendor for worldwide client device shipments, but with the highest growth qoq and yoy. The report also shows that NComputing dramatically increased its number one market share position in the APAC/Japan region, with qoq growth of 138.9%.

According to the report, NComputing is the #1 Desktop virtualization Company in India with a market share of 78.4%. The company has also maintained its leadership position with 30.7% market share in the APAC region, miles ahead of some decades-old IT majors.

Manish Sharma, VP, Asia Pacific, Ncomputing said, "We appreciate the recognition accorded to us, of being the leader in the desktop virtualization market space. All this would not have been possible without the support of Redington, our value added national distributor, and our strong base of 800 partners spread across 120 (plus) cities in India."

NComputing also attributes this growth to a combination of accelerating adoption in mid-market/SMB, as well as enterprise, along with share gains versus Dell Wyse and HP. In general, the market grew 7.4% qoq, and by next year, market growth is expected to be over 10% yoy. Market pressures, budget constraints and an enterprise focus on mobility are driving organizations to desktop virtualization as a viable alternative to traditional PC computing.

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