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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market worth over $55bn by 2028

  • Published Date: April 18, 2022

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Market size is set to surpass USD 55 billion by 2028, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights Inc.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is a suite of technology that enables the delivery and management of virtual desktops by using virtual machines. These virtual desktops are centrally managed in virtualized infrastructure and delivered on demand. This provides support to enterprises regarding user mobility and remote access to employees. VDI also helps companies to manage digital workspace workflows along with advanced security measures.

In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises around the world are transitioning toward teleworking and providing remote access to business operations. Large-scale enterprises in the market are making significant efforts to mitigate the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic and contain the outbreak.

Increasing demand for teleworking and workforce mobility is creating the new market expansion opportunities for VDI solutions

The VDI market growth can be attributed to the enterprise-wide adoption of BYOD and work-from-home policies. The participants in the market with extensive IT infrastructure are accelerating the demand for virtualized infrastructure. VDI solutions provide enhanced virtualized infrastructure with specific bandwidth allocations and remote access to enterprise resources. In addition, it eliminates the need for sophisticated security services & applications by providing centrally secured & managed connections. Moreover, the demand for virtualizing enterprise resources across companies is expected to fuel the industry progression.

Browse key industry insights spread across 369 pages with 402 market data tables and 43 figures & charts from the report, “Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Market Size, By Type (Persistent, Non-persistent), By Component (Hardware [Client-side, Server-side], Platform, Services [Consulting, Support & Maintenance, Implementation]), By Deployment Model (On-premise, Cloud), By Application (IT & Telecom, BFSI, Aerospace & Defense, Retail, Education, Government, Transportation, Manufacturing, Healthcare), COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2022 - 2028” in detail along with the table of contents:


Minimized data security issues and storage benefits are boosting the demand for non-persistent deployments

The demand for non-persistent VDI in the global market is projected to observe a 20% growth rate through 2028. Non-persistent virtualization helps in streamlining device management processes for task workers and kiosks. This implementation is ideal for the market enterprises that do not need to save the work done on virtual machines. It does not store user settings, application settings, and internet bookmarks.

Rising need for formulating network management strategies to implement VDI is stimulating the demand for services

The services segment is accounted for 25% of VDI market share by 2028 due to the growing demand from enterprises for developing virtualization technologies. The lack of in-house expertise to develop & deploy virtualization solutions across enterprises is supporting the industry growth. Furthermore, the demand for consulting services across enterprises has increased drastically for the effective implementation of VDI solutions.

Perceived benefits of strong control over backends and reduced latency are propelling the demand for on-premise deployments

The on-premise deployments of VDI solutions across enterprises are anticipated to register a CAGR of over 15% by 2028. Several cost & security benefits offered by on-premise deployments are fostering the demand from SMEs in the market. Unlike cloud-based deployments, on-premise deployments do not connect to cloud gateways and facilitate better security. Moreover, on-premise VDI deployments feature enhanced backup and recovery functionality. These advanced capabilities are enabling enterprises from diverse markets to support the segment growth.

Seismic shift of the BFSI sector toward real-time processing and online banking will surge the market progression

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Trends

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The BFSI segment valued at USD 2 billion revenue in 2021 owing to the enterprise-wide emphasis on digitizing facilities through the acceptance of VDI solutions. Banks are deploying these solutions to significantly improve application availability and make their IT operations more efficient. Additionally, the capability to access real-time customer information anytime & anywhere is enabling banks to deliver customized services and improve customer experience.

The need to manage an extensive number of devices and facilitate the remote work environment is poised to spur the demand for VDI platforms in APAC region

The Asia Pacific market is estimated to expand at more than 20% CAGR till 2028. The expansive IT sector and growing digitization across industry verticals are enabling enterprises to leverage virtualization services. In addition, government initiatives to drive industrial & digitization in countries including China and India are predicted to support the market growth.

Focus on inorganic growth strategies by key market players is slated to augment the industry share

Some of the key participants operating in the market are Amazon Web Services Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Citrix Systems Inc., Ericom Software Inc., Evolve IP LLC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, Huawei Technologies Co, Ltd., IBM Corporation, IGEL Technology, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, NComputing Co. Ltd., Neverfail Inc., Nutanix Inc., NVIDIA Corporation, Parallels International GmbH, Red Hat Inc., Vagrant, and VMware Inc. The VDI industry has witnessed multiple new product launches & innovations to tighten the market position.

Authors: Preeti Wadhwani, Smriti Loomba