Mobile Virtualization Market 2017: Demand, Size, Users and Forecast to 2025


Portland, OR — (SBWIRE) — 09/14/2017 — Mobile virtualization enables multiple operating systems or virtual machines to run on a mobile device or connected wireless device. The separation between underlying hardware and software is created using a hypervisor. This technology is low priced, as hardware and software can be reused in devices such as cellphones, tablets, and others. As multiple mobile operating systems can be used in a single device, it has enabled users to save costs of owning two devices for different uses. The virtualization technology is being used in data servers and personal computers from past several years.

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Development in mobile industry, rise in flexibility in operation, robustness, and high level of security benefits offered by these systems are major factors that fuel the growth of the mobile virtualization market. In addition, growth in adoption of smartphones and need to isolate work-related & personal data supplement the market growth. However, requirement for high-speed Internet connectivity limits the growth of the market. Technological advancements with an aim to reduce costs of software and enable simpler environment management provide opportunities in the market.

The mobile virtualization market is segmented on the basis of technology, organization, end user, and geography. Based on technology, the market is classified into application containers, hypervisors, and mobile device management policies. By organization, the industry is categorized into small, medium, and large organizations. End user segment is classified into retail, manufacturing & supply chain management, entertainment & media, BFSI, healthcare & life sciences, IT & telecom, energy & utility, public sector & education, and others. Geographically, the market is analyzed across Latin America, Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East & Africa.

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Key market players that operate in the industry are IBM Corporation, CA Technologies, Oracle Corporation, VMware, Microsoft Corporation, Harman International Industries, Citrix Systems, AT&T, Blackberry Limited, Red Hat, Amazon, Google, Parallels, and Nimboxx. These players have implemented strategies such as collaborations, new product launches, expansion, merger & acquisition, joint ventures, partnerships, and others to gain stronger position and sustain in the industry.

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