Global Application Delivery Controllers Market Datacenters 2009-2013

TechNavio announces this week the launch of the report ‘Global Application Delivery Controllers Market Datacenters 2009-2013.’

Online PR News – 01-July-2010 – – An Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a device that is placed in a Data Center between the firewall and one or more application servers. Besides providing traditional load balancing across servers, ADC provides a gamut of acceleration and optimization functions (such as SSL Acceleration, TCP Optimization, Web compression, Traffic Management).

According to TechNavio, the market for ADC is forecast to reach $2,255.1 million in 2013 from $1,500.0 million in 2009, growing at a CAGR of 10.7 percent over the period.

Technological innovation and growing complexities have prompted organizations to adopt virtualization in Data Centers. Besides, the increase in computational need and lack of physical space in Data Centers are compelling organizations to look for innovative products, which can extract the maximum benefit from the existing servers; thus, leading to the adoption of ADCs.

The demand for efficient and advanced ADC has increased rapidly. Moreover, today, organizations are looking for next generation ADCs that can perform multiple functions, which has led to the emergence of Application Delivery Networking in Data Centers. For instance, the advent of virtualized Chassis-Based Application Delivery Controllers is not only leading to better performance, but also contributing towards lower energy consumption at Data Centers.

The report forecasts the size of the Global Application Delivery Controller market over the period 2009-2013. It segments the market into three geographic regions: Americas, EMEA and APAC; representing the market size and forecast for each of these regions. Further, it discusses the key market trends, drivers and challenges of the Global Application Delivery Controller market, and profiles some of the key vendors of the same.

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