The Application Delivery Network market is witnessing owing to the increase in web-based enterprise applications

Wednesday 20 May 2015, Amsterdam

Market Research Report Press Release The application delivery network market in North America is segmented and forecast on the basis of end-users and products. End-users of this market include small and medium businesses and enterprises. The small and medium businesses segment is projected to register the highest growth during the forecast period. The enterprises segment follows the small and medium business segment.
In the product segment, controllers market has the highest growth, followed by application security equipment and application gateways.  Controllers provide load balancing, which is integral for an application delivery network, and thus acts as a driver for its growth. With the deployment of the applications over the internet, the threat of online attacks also increases. To safeguard critical data from such attacks, organizations opt for application security equipment, which acts as a growth factor for this segment. Application gateway is easy to use, secure, and remote access to users. .

The increasing globalization and distributed enterprise architecture compels organizations to stay connected with other business units on a real-time basis, which is why organizations need networks that can deliver their business critical applications faster. The application delivery network market deals with this requirement of organizations by providing greater application mobility and security in a distributed enterprise.
North America Application Delivery Network (ADN) - Regional Advancement, Market Size And Forecast (2013-2019)

North America Application Delivery Network (ADN) - Regional Advancement, Market Size And Forecast (2013-2019)

Publish date : February 2015
Report code : ASDR-187215
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