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Global Enterprise NAS Market - Forecasts to 2016

DUBLIN, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research  and  Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dpnkfq/global_enterprise) has announced the addition of the "Global Enterprise NAS Market - Forecasts to 2016" report to their offering. 

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The main trend witnessed by the Global Enterprise NAS market is the increased adoption of NAS devices/solutions from SMEs. There is an increasing demand for low-end NAS solutions and for backup and file sharing services without incurring additional overhead costs. NAS products are inexpensive, very powerful, and have lower installation and maintenance costs, and thus help end-users meet these and other data storage requirements. Enterprises in developing countries are also interested in adopting these solutions. 

The increased adoption of NAS solutions by SMEs is expected to increase in the coming years, which will add to the growth of the Global Enterprise NAS market. The main factor which is driving Global Enterprise NAS market is the improved cost-efficiency of NAS solutions. Profitability is vital for any business in any sector, and companies need to make cost reductions to achieve this profitability. This can be achieved by using NAS servers/solutions. A NAS server can be accessed through the TCP/IP linkage in graphical user interface mode. It also requires lesser number of IT professionals for its management and configuration.

Further, the report states that one major challenge faced by the market is the reliability of NAS solutions. Using a NAS solution to store/access sensitive data could be an issue as it is not a highly available and reliable solution. Some high-end NAS systems provide mirroring and replication options required for critical systems, but NAS is intended for file sharing and not large data block sharing.

The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors. 


Key  Topics  Covered: 

1. Executive Summary

2. List of Abbreviations

3. Introduction

4. Market Research Methodology

5. Scope of the Report

6. NAS Architecture

7. Market Landscape

8. Geographical Segmentation

9. Key Leading Countries

10. Vendor Landscape

11. Buying Criteria

12. Market Growth Drivers

13. Drivers and their Impact

14. Market Challenges

15. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

16. Market Trends

17. Key Vendor Analysis

18. Other Reports in this Series


Companies  Mentioned:

  • BlueArc Corp.
  • Dell Inc.
  • EMC Corp.
  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • HP Co.
  • Hitachi Ltd.
  • IBM Corp.
  • NetApp Inc.
  • Oracle Corp.
  • Panasas Inc.
  • SolarWinds Inc.
  • Symantec Corp.


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dpnkfq/global_enterprise


Media  Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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