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Research and Markets: Global Data Center Fabric Market by Solutions & User Environment - Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis 2014-2019

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4365r2/data_center) has announced the addition of the "Data Center Fabric Market by Solutions & User Environment - Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis (2014 - 2019)" report to their offering.

It is forecast that the global data center fabric market will grow from $5.13 billion in 2014 to $15.14 billion by 2019, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 24.2%.

Business demands are continuously growing with technological advancements and increase in the availability of resources. To cater to these increasing business demands, organizations have increased their dependency on IT. In the present scenario, organizations need to have a strong, agile, and cost-effective IT infrastructure in order to cope up with customers' demands. Even in the data center industry, business demands are growing rapidly, with continuously surging need for efficient and cost-effective data storage. Shrinking IT budgets are making the situation more critical, by impacting the need for extensive reduction in the operational cost of data centers.

Data center fabric is emerging with cost-effective and efficient networking solutions. This service refers to a single network-based infrastructure that connects the server, storage, and legacy network and unifies these components to support the data center operations in a more efficient manner. Data center fabric decreases the energy consumption, enhances the agility and flexibility, and reduces the capital expenditure.

Fabric-based architecture aids the data center by eliminating the need of multiple layers of devices, switch-to-switch interactions, and also the shared network protocols. It reduces the complexity of a data center network and enhances its efficiency. In a data center, fabric represents interconnection of thousands of servers, storage, and other networking ports in an ultra-low latency infrastructure, which provides any-to-any connectivity, making each device only single hop away from every other device. Nowadays, many organizations have started adopting solutions offered by the data center fabric market, as they facilitate the reduction of operational and capital expenses, resulting in reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

The market for data center fabric is thriving, and in the coming years, the fabric networking is expected to replace the traditional and legacy networking infrastructure to a great extent. Some companies have already transformed their legacy networking infrastructure with the fabric infrastructure, and a significant number of companies are planning to do so. In the coming years, a huge number of organizations are expected to implement the fabric infrastructure in their infrastructure. For the forecast duration, from 2014 to 2019, the market is estimated to grow significantly, presenting potential opportunity for various data center infrastructure vendors and operators in the data center industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview of Data Center Fabric

4 Data Center Fabric: Market Size and Forecast By Solution

5 Data Center Fabric : Market Size and Forecast By Vertical

6 Data Center Fabric : Market Size and Forecast By End User Environment

7 Data Center Fabric : Market Size and Forecast By Region

8 Data Center Fabric : Market Landscape

9 Company Profiles

- Avaya

- Arista Networks

- Brocade

- Cisco

- Dell

- Extreme Networks

- Huawei

- HP

- Ibm

- Juniper

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4365r2/data_center

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