EbeneInfo – AU – As Gateway to Digital Transformation, Virtualization Gets $ 10 Billion in Digital Acceleration Thanks to COVID-19

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    The global virtualization software market is expected to experience a 35% increase in revenue for the year 2020 and reach $ 189 thereafter $ 3 billion by 2027, behind a post COVID-19 CAGR of 25

    New York, November 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinkercom announces the publication of the report « Global Virtualization Software Industry » – https: // wwwlink de rapportcom / p05818024 /? utm_source = GNW 4% over the 2020-2027 analysis period As most industries remain severely affected, & data center computing technologies reap rich dividends from the continued transition to digital delivery COVID-19 has become the main driver of digital transformation Today, the IT and technology landscape remains irreversible and companies are migrating to new operating models; reassess IT security architectures; reset security systems to pluggable digital holes; and the adoption of innovative remote working technologies Accelerating digital transformation highlights the fact that businesses have transformed digitally within weeks to ensure business continuity, as lockdowns and restrictions contain billions of people. people at home Over 60% of businesses in North America, Europe and Asia expect to witness a faster rate of change in digital transformation in the years 2020 to 2023 Digital transformation is now visible in all industry sectors Telehealth will replace doctor’s visits by 2025; by 2021, new home constructions will include coworking spaces highlighting the permanence of remote work; supply chain 40 will reach 100% adoption by 2025; E-commerce will represent 60% of retail spending by 2020 and & blockchain tokenization will be integrated into financial services by 2023 Digital technologies offer advantages in terms of productivity, security, efficiency, agility, workforce requalification and customer experience, all of which are critical in times of crisis like the current pandemic The pandemic helps test the effectiveness of digital solutions and in the post-pandemic world, digital innovation s ‘will accelerate even further The rapid departure from traditional approaches represents the first major step towards digitalization On the other hand, the failure of conventional manufacturing ecosystems and supply chains has created a pressing need for an agile and adaptable solution through digital tools Manufacturers are increasingly investing in digital solutions to gain an edge over their competitors, ensure agile supply chains, move supply chains to new geographies and become resilient to future crises The epidemic has dramatically increased adoption of cloud-based services, especially in countries with tight lockdowns Cloud platforms play an important role in facilitating business continuity and data storage, enabling businesses to access information from almost anywhere The technology is also supporting video conferencing services which are increasingly adopted by organizations for business continuity and communication with employees during the COVID-19 pandemic The digital transformation is expected to go beyond businesses and prompt other actors such as retailers to consider the transition Radical change is expected to remain permanent, allowing users to enjoy immense productivity gains in the post COVID-19 scenario In addition, organizations are likely to invest in end-to-end digital processes and technical infrastructure to ensure resilience to pandemics in the future. Virtualization technologies in this scenario are seeing robust adoption given their crucial role in digitization and the benefits offered Virtualization facilitates portability, as virtual machines (VMs) can be assessed from different locations, moved or copied easily , while moving or copying physical devices is not a simple or effortless task It is also quite easy to allocate resources to virtual machines as needed, whereas physical devices have a specific set of hardware installed on them. them and therefore have limitations Virtual machines are completely isolated from each other and from their host system; therefore, even if malware infects a physical device or a virtual device, it is not easy for it to spread and infect the remaining virtual devices or physical devices This type of security level is advantageous to protect the network against security threats when virtual devices access the internet and to try out the latest developments or applications If, for example, an application crashes on a VM, it will not affect the host device Virtualization has the potential to provide high availability mechanisms and it allows virtual machines to restart on another host in the event of a failure of their primary host Application virtualization simplifies deployment of & software eliminates the need to install applications on user devices Server virtualization improves provisioning of servers & helps automate failover in the event of a disaster storage improves reliability, performance and flexibility &’s ability to scale x times and reduces the need for Storage Area Network (SAN) devices by 35% Desktop virtualization provides the platform for remote working, a enhanced connectivity & Stable computing experience regardless of location of user worldwide Network virtualization provides greater visibility into networks, improves security by segmenting network & establishes permissions based on roles and location Data virtualization protects data, strengthens governance centralized & data and provides real-time data faster & cheaper Identified competitors in this market include, among others,

    Read the full report: https: // wwwlink to rapportcom / p05818024 /? utm_source = GNW I INTRODUCTION, CSSE METHODOLOGY AND SCOPE OF REPORT CHAR I-1 II EXECUTIVE SUMMARY II-1 1 MARKET OVERVIEW II-1 Impact of Covid-19 and an impending global recession II-1 Introduction to virtualization software II- 2 Benefits of Virtualization II-3 Virtualization of Network Functions II-3 Desktop Virtualization II-3 Software-Defined Storage II-4 Server Virtualization Virtualization Software II-4 Global Market Overview and Outlook II -4 by technology II-6 Annex 1: Global virtualization software market by technology (2020 & 2027): percentage distribution of revenues for virtualization of network functions, virtualization of workstations, software – Definition of storage and of Server Virtualization II-7 Regional Analysis II-7 Annex 2: Global Virtualization Software Market by Region (2020 & 2027): Revenue Percentage Breakdown for the s Developed and Developing Regions II-8 Annex 3: Global Virtualization Software Market – Geographic Regions Ranked by CAGR (Revenue) for 2020-2027: United States, China, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, Canada , Europe, Africa and Japan II-9 Compet Itive Landscape II-10 Recent Market Activity II-10 Selection of Global Brands II-12 2 FOCUS ON SELECTED PLAYERS II-13 3 MARKET TRENDS & PILOTS II-14 Main trends of virtualization II-14 The adoption of virtualization technologies by companies multiplying the multiples II-15 Virtualization brings major breakthroughs in security II-17 Connected enterprise, mobility of the workforce & The era Emerging BYOD Highlights Importance of Virtualization Software II-18 Exhibit 4: Growing Business Spending on BYOD Programs to Benefit Virtualization Software Use: Global BYOD Spending (in mid lliards of US dollars) for the years 2019, 2021, 2023 and 2025 II-19 Exhibit 5: Global smartphone shipments (in millions of units) for the years 2011 to 2019 II-19 Growing adoption of virtualization and migration towards cloud-based and software-defined technologies II-20 Annex 6: Growing spending on public cloud services coupled with technological improvements in the quality of cloud hosting Services are driving the virtualization software market: global market for public cloud computing (US $ billions) by segment for years 2019 and 2022 II-21 Efficient management of virtual machines II-22 System compatibility and complexity issues The desktop virtualization market poses a challenge II-22 Trends in server virtualization II-23 Growing number of servers in the IT and BFSI industries is driving demand for server virtualization software II-24 Importance of containerization II-25 Technological trends in virtualization II-25 Selection of technological innovations II-26 Problems and constraints II-27 4 WORLD MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-28 Table 1: Current global future analysis of & for virtualization software by region Geographic – US, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa markets – Independent sales analysis annuals in Thousands USD for the years 2020 to 2027 II-28 Table 2: World Historic Review for Virtualization Software by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for the Years 2012 to 2019 II-29 Table 3: 15-Year Global Perspective of Virtualization Software by Geographic Region – Percentage Distribution of Sales in Value for the United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin region America, Middle East and Africa markets for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 II-30 Table 4: & Current Future Analysis for Network Functions Virtualization by Geographic Region – United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-P Latin America, Middle East and Africa markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2020 to 2027 II-31 Table 5: Global Historical Review of Network Function Virtualization by Geographic Region – United States, Canada, Japan, China, Markets Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of USD for Years 2012 to 2019 II-32 Table 6: 15-Year Global Perspective of the virtualization of network functions by geographic region – Percentage distribution of value sales for the United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 II -33 Table 7: & Current Global Future Analysis for Desktop Virtualization by Geographic Region – United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 II-34 Table 8: Global historical review fo Desktop virtualization by geographic region – Markets of the United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 II-35 Table 9: Global Outlook over 15 years of desktop virtualization by geographic region – Rep. artition as a percentage of sales in value for the United States, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 II-36 Table 10: World Current & Future Analysis for Software-defined Storage by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ mille for Years 2020 to 2027 II-37 Table 11: World Historic Review for Software-defined Storage by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US DOLLARS Thousands of Years from 2012 to 2019 II-38 Table 12: 15-Year Global Outlook of Software Defined Storage by Geographic Region – Percentage Distribution of Sales by Value for States- United, Canada, Japan, China, Eur ope, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 II-39 Table 13: Current future analysis of & for server virtualization by geographic region – US markets USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 II-40 Table 14: World Historic Review for Server Virtualization by Geographic Region – USA, Canada, Japan, China, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and African markets – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2012 to 2019 II-41 Table 15: 15-year global perspective for server virtualization by geographic region – Percentage distribution of sales in value for United States, Canada, Japan, Ch ina, Europe, Asia-Pac ifique, Latin America, Middle East and Africa for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 II-42 III MARKET ANALYSIS III-1 GEOGRAPHIC MARKET ANALYSIS III-1 UNITED STATES III-1 Table 16: United States Current future analysis of & for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for the Years 2020 to 2027 III-1 Table 17: Historical US Virtualization Software Review by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage, and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for years 2012 to 2019 III-2 Table 18: US 15-year perspective for virtualization software by technology – Rep. artition as a percentage of value sales for network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-3 CANADA III-4 Table 19: Analysis future of the current & in Canada ization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ mille for the years 2020 to 2027 III-4 Table 20: Canada Historic Review for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-5 Table 21: 15-Year Outlook in Canada for Virtualization Software by Technology – Distributio n as a percentage of Sales value for network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-6 JAPAN III-7 Table 22: Analysis Japan’s current future & for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Functions Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtua lization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of Dollars for the Years 2020 to 2027 III- 7 Table 23: Historical Review of Virtualization Software in Japan by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for years 2012 to 2019 III-8 Table 24: 15-year perspective of Japan for log Virtualization software by technology – Percentage distribution of sales in value for network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-9 CHINA III -10 Table 25: China & Current Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual US Sales Thousands Dollars for the Years 2020 to 2027 III-10 Table 26: Historical Review of China w for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years es 2012 to 2019 III-11 Table 27: China 15 Year Outlook for Software Virtualization by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Value Sales for Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-12 EUROPE III-13 Table 28: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by geographic region – France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Russia and other European markets – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-13 Table 29: European historical review of virtualization software by geographic region – Markets France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Russia and rest of Europe – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2012 to 2019 III-14 Table 30: Per spective over 15 years in Europe for virtualization software by geographic region – Percentage distribution of sales by value for the French, German, Italian, British, Spanish, Russian and rest of Europe markets for years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-15 Table 31: Europe Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ mille for the years 2020 until 2027 III-16 Table 32: Historical review of virtualization software in Europe by technology – Network functions virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of dollars for the years 2012 to 2019 III-17 Table 33: 15-year outlook in Europe for virtualization software by technology – Percentage distribution of sales by value for Networ k Function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-18 FRANCE III-19 Table 34: France Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of Dollars for the Years 2020 to 2027 III-19 Table 35: Historical Review of Virtualization Software in France by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for the Years 2012 to 2019 III-20 Table 36: 15-year perspective of France for virtualization software by technology – Percentage distribution of value sales for network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software – defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-21 GERMANY III-22 Table 37: Germany Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ mille for the years 2020 to 2027 III- 22 Table 38: Historical Review of Virtualization Software in Germany by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of Dollars for the Years 2012 to 2019 III- 23 Table 39: 15-year perspective of Germany gne for virtualization software by technology – Percentage distribution of value sales for network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III- 24 ITALY III-25 Table 40: Current future analysis of & in Italy for virtualization software by Technology – Virtualization of network functions, virtualization of workstations, software-defined storage and server virtualization – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-25 Table 41: Historical review of virtualization software in Italy by technology – Network functions virtualization, Desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization markets – Analysis independent annual sales in thousands of US dollars for years 2012 to 2019 III-26 Table 42: Italy 15-Year Outlook for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Desktop Virtualization servers for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-27 UNITED KINGDOM III-28 Table 43: Current future analysis of & for virtualization software by technology – Network functions virtualization, workstation virtualization, Software-defined storage and Server virtualization – In Dependent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-28 Table 44: British historical review of virtualization software by technology – Network functions virtualization, desktop virtualization, defined storage by Software and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis Annual Markets Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-29 Table 45: UK 15-Year Outlook for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Function Virtualization , desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-30 SPAIN III-31 Table 46: Spain Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization , Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ thousand for the years 2020 to 2027 III-31 Table 47: Historical review of Spain for Virtualiza Software by technology – Virtualization of network functions, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage, and Server Virtualization Markets – Ana independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2012 to 2019 III-32 Table 48: 15-year outlook in Spain for virtualization software by Technology – Percentage distribution of value sales for network functions virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-33 RUSSIA III-34 Table 49: Russia Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Virtualization of network functions , desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-34 Table 50: Russian historical review of virtualization software by technology – Virtualization of network functions, Virtualization of workstations, storage Defined by Software and Server Virt ualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-35 Table 51: Russia 15-Year Outlook for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of value sales for network function virtualization, software-defined desktop virtualization Storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-36 REST OF EUROPE III-37 Table 52: Rest of l ‘Europe Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-37 Table 53: Historical review from the rest of Europe virtualization software by technology – Virtualization of network functions, virtuali Desktops, Software Defined Storage, and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for the Years 2012 to 2019 III-38 Table 54: 15-Year Outlook for the Rest of the Europe for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III- 39 ASIA-PACIFIC III-40 Table 55: Future Analysis of Current Asia-Pacific & for Virtualization Software by Geographic Region – Australia, India, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-40 Table 56: Asia-Pacific historical review of virtualization software by re Geographic area – Australia, India, South Korea and rest of Asia-Pacific markets – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2012 to 2019 III-41 Table 57: 15-year perspective of Asia -Pacific for virtualization software by geographic region – Percentage distribution of sales in value for Australia, India, South Korea and the rest of Asia- Pacific markets for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-42 Table 58: Future Analysis of Current & in Asia Pacific for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Functions Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales to States United Thousands of dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-43 Table 59: Asia-Pacific historical review of virtualization software by technology – Virtualization of network functions, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage, and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-44 Table 60: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Outlook for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-45 AUSTRALIA III-46 Table 61: Australia Current & Futu re Analysis of virtualization software by technology – Network function virtualization, desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-46 Table 62: Australian historical review of software for service Update by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-47 Table 63: Outlook Australia over 15 Years for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Functions Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-48 INDIA III-49 Table 64: & India Current Future Analysis For Virtualization Software By Technology – Networking Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Sales Analysis annuals in thousands of US dollars for the 2020s to 2027 III-49 Table 65: Historical Review of Virtualization Software in India by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for years 2012 to 2019 III-50 Table 66: India 15 Year Outlook for Virtualization Software by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Value Sales for Network Functions Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-51 SOUTH KOREA III-52 Table 67: South Korea Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software -defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of annual sales in thousands of dollars US Dollars for the Years 2020 and 2027 III-52 Table 68: Historical Analysis of South Korea Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization Markets – Analysis independent of annual sales in thousands of dollars for years 2012 to 2019 III- 53 Table 69: South Korea’s 15-year outlook for virtualization software by technology – Percentage distribution of sales value for network functions virtualization , desktop virtualization, software-defined storage and server virtualization for the years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-54 REST OF ASIA -PACIFIC III-55 Table 70: Rest of Asia-Pacific Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Vi rtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in US $ mille for the years 2020 to 2027 III-55 Table 71: Historical review of the rest of Asia-Pacific for software virtualization products by technology – Network functions virtualization, desktop virtualization Work, Software Defined Storage, and Server Virtualization Markets Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Thousands of US Dollars for Years 2012 to 2019 III-56 Table 72: 15 Year Outlook Rest of Asia Pacific Virtualization by Technology – Percentage Distribution of Sales Value for Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software Defined Storage and Server Virtualization for the Years 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-57 LATIN AMERICA III- 58 Table 73: Latin America Current future analysis of & for virtualization software by geographic region – Marc hes from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America – Independent analysis of annual sales in thousands of US dollars for the years 2020 to 2027 III-58 Table 74: Historical review of virtualization software in America Latin America by geographic region – Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America markets – Independent analysis of annual sales in billions of US dollars and for the years 2012 to 2019 III-59 Table 75: Perspective on 15 ans en Amérique latine pour les logiciels de virtualisation par région géographique – Ventilation en pourcentage des ventes en valeur pour les marchés de l’Argentine, du Brésil, du Mexique et du reste de l’Amérique latine pour les années 2012, 2020 & 2027 III -60 Tableau 76: Analyse future actuelle du & en Amérique latine pour les logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Virtualisation des fonctions réseau, virtualisation des postes de travail, s tockage défini par logiciel et virtualisation des serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en milliers de dollars pour les années 2020 à 2027 III-61 Tableau 77: Examen historique des logiciels de virtualisation en Amérique latine par technologie – Virtualisation des fonctions réseau, virtualisation des postes de travail, stockage défini par logiciel et marchés de la virtualisation de serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en milliers de dollars pour les années 2012 à 2019 III-62 Tableau 78: Amérique latine Amérique Perspective de 15 ans pour les logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Répartition en pourcentage de la valeur de vente s pour la virtualisation des fonctions réseau, la virtualisation des postes de travail, le stockage défini par logiciel et la virtualisation des serveurs pour les années 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-63 ARGENTINE III-64 Tableau 79: Argentine Current & Future Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Net work Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualisation, stockage défini par logiciel et virtualisation des serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en milliers de dollars américains pour les années 2020 à 2027 III-64 Tableau 80: Revue historique de l’Argentine pour les logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Virtualisation des fonctions réseau, virtualisation des postes de travail, définie par logiciel Marchés de la virtualisation du stockage et des serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en milliers de dollars américains pour les années 2012 à 2019 III-65 Tableau 81: Perspective sur 15 ans de l’Argentine pour les logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Répartition en pourcentage des ventes de valeur pour la virtualisation des fonctions réseau, la virtualisation des postes de travail, Stockage défini par logiciel et virtualisation des serveurs pour les années 2012, 2020 & 2027 III-66 BRÉSIL III-67 Tableau 82: Brésil Current & Futur e Analysis for Virtualization Software by Technology – Network Function Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Software-defined Storage and Server Virtualization – Independent Analysis of Annual Sales in Milliers USD pour les années 2020 à 2027 III-67 Tableau 83: Revue historique brésilienne des logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Virtualisation des fonctions réseau, virtualisation des postes de travail, stockage défini par logiciel et marchés de virtualisation de serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en milliers USD pour Années 2012 à 2019 III-68 Tableau 84: Perspectives de 15 ans au Brésil pour les logiciels de virtualisation par technologie – Répartition en pourcentage des ventes de valeur pour la virtualisation des fonctions réseau, la virtualisation des postes de travail, le stockage défini par logiciel et la virtualisation des serveurs pour les années 2012, 2020 & 2027 III -69 MEXIQUE III-70 Tableau 85: Analyse future de la & actuelle au Mexique pour Virtua Logiciel par technologie – Virtualisation des fonctions réseau, virtualisation des postes de travail, stockage défini par logiciel et virtualisation des serveurs – Analyse indépendante des ventes annuelles en US $ Veuillez 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This Swiss-based company is a major name in the computer peripherals market. at home, producing keyboards, mice, microphones, webcams, headsets – a whole range of external hardware tools that allow us to interact with our computers and with each other through our computers It’s a solid niche and Logitech As the ‘demi-corona’ began, Logitech saw its revenues and profits plummet, but quickly recovered as the shift to virtual desktops and remote work increased the company’s product line. business With more white-collar workers online, devices have grown in importance Logitech’s first-quarter revenue was $ 709 million; for Q3, that number rose to $ 1.26 billion in earnings, just 35 cents per share in the first quarter and 52 cents in the second quarter, increased to $ 1.75 in the third quarter And the stock took off from mid-March, the stocks that have gained 142% since their lowest level of the year on March 16JP Morgan analyst Paul Chung isn’t beating around the bush on this one – he’s bullish on LOGI, and he’s blunt about it “We think the stock should trade at a premium to historical and to its peers, given strong fundamentals, a diversified product line, an excellent balance sheet, FC generation and a good balance of reinvestment in the company, dividends and M&A With the increase structural margins and advantages of scale, and a large cash balance approaching $ 1 billion, management has enough buffers to invest for growth, and we expect the stock to outperform our average hedge over the course of the year. over the next 12 to 18 months ” Chung noted In accordance with this optimistic assessment, Chung rates the stock an overweight (ie Buy), with a price target of $ 100 This target indicates a potential upside of 23% for the next 12 months (To look at the history of Chung, click here) Overall, Logitech Strong Buy consensus rating is based on 12 reviews, including 9 purchases and 3 outlets The average price target is $ 99 85, in line with Chung and also involving a hike of 23% from the current price of $ 81.06 (See LOGI market analysis on TipRanks) GDS Holdings, Ltd (GDS) Next is GDS Holdings, a Chinese data center holding company The Asian country is fast becoming a Global high-tech hub and GDS operates high-performance, cloud-neutral data centers Neutrality is a vital characteristic, as it allows GDS customers to access telecommunications networks in the PRC and around the world The company’s customer base is primarily cloud service providers, financial institutions, information technology, internet companies and telecom operators in the Chinese marketChinese market value is clearly a result of increased share value and GDS revenue Top of the line, GDS revenue has grown steadily this year with the third quarter showing a 43% year-over-year increase on the other The gain is explained by a similar increase in the total leased area of ​​data centers, to more than 357,000 square meters of floor space The company still has 135K square meters under construction Subsequently, the stock has appreciated this year, rising 72% Covering the share of Raymond James, analyst Frank Louthan notes: “GDS continues to show its strength on its market and remains our best long term idea in space With the strongest organic growth in the sector over the next 2 years, we expect it to continue to benefit from a premium valuation ”Louthan rates GDS as a strong buy with a price target of $ 110 This figure suggests a margin of growth of around 24% over one year (To see Louthan’s track record, click here) With 6 recent Buy reviews, Strong Buy analysts’ consensus on GDS is unanimous The stock is selling for $ 8892 and has an average price target of $ 107.80 (See GDS market analysis on TipRanks) Americold Realty (COLD) Last but not least is a real estate investment trust, REIT, and one more Americold specializes in l ‘acquisition, ownership and operation of cold stores These are an essential link in the distribution chains of perishable products, especially foodstuffs, and Americold has more than one billion cubic feet of storage space. stored refrigerated ge in its wallet, in the United States and Canada, in Australia and New Zealand and in ArgentinaCOVID or no COVID, people have to eat and food distributors have to move and store their products For Americold, this has resulted in stable revenues throughout a year, otherwise noted for high volatility The figure of The company’s business has held between $ 482 million and $ 497 million in the past four quarters, high and low values ​​in both 1H20 – and this high value was recorded in the recent third quarter report As a REIT, Americold is required to return its profits to shareholders and, like most of its peers, it uses the dividend to do so. The company increased its dividend in March of this year, at the height of the coronavirus crisis, and has maintained the higher payout since At 84 cents per common share annualized, the dividend pays 23% RBC analyst Michael Carroll Capital, has only warm words for Americold « We are particularly encouraged by new investments which expand COLD’s footprint, strengthen the scale of key markets and develop relationships with existing clients / add new ones We believe that these strategic agreements allow the company to better execute its operational strategy and generate earnings growth of around 10% for the foreseeable future, ”noted Carroll. To that end, Carroll assesses Americold shares an outperformance (ie Overweight) with a price target of $ 43 Investors could pocket a 22% gain if that target is met in the coming months (To look at Carroll’s track record, click here) Overall, Americold gets unanimous analyst consensus view, with 3 recent buy reviews adding to a Strong Buy rating The stock is priced at $ 3520, while the average price target of $ 4267 is online with Carroll (See COLD Stock Analysis on TipRanks) To find great ideas for trading stocks at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks To Buy, a newly launched tool that brings together all the TipRanks stock information Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only It is very important nt do your own analysis before making any investment

    Shares of FuelCell Energy Inc soared 330% in very active afternoon trading on Wednesday, setting them on track to more than double in four days, despite no news released by the company With the stock rally 113% on Friday, soaring 314% on Monday and climbing 100% on Tuesday, it has now soared 1141% during its current winning streak This is the best four-day race for fuel cell technology and the power generation company’s stock since tripling (up to 2054%) during the four days ended December 31, 2019 Trade volume has increased during the current winning streak from 460 million shares on Friday, to 963 million shares on Monday and up to 1,504 million shares on Tuesday Wednesday, the volume was 1299 million shares with about three hours before the closing bell FuelCell did not immediately respond to a request for comment The The last press release issued by the company was on October 9, when the company announced an award of $ 8 million from the US Department of Energy to design and manufacture an electrolysis platform capable of producing hydrogen The stock rally comes amid growing investor interest in renewable energy stocks, particularly since the presidential election, as President-elect Biden said he would seek to move away from energies fossils FuelCell’s stock has climbed 1362% since November 3, after plunging 930% in the previous four years By comparison, the S&P 500 has gained 73% since the election Separately, a report from the US SIF Foundation showed that investments in environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors now total around $ 17 trillion, or about a third of total US assets under management

    The year is drawing to a close and it’s time for Wall Street analysts to start pointing out their top picks for the year ahead It’s an age-old tradition, in most areas, to take a look sometimes ironic about what lies ahead and start to give advice on the slogan of a metaphorical crystal ball Analysts have carefully analyzed each stock, looking at its past and current performance, trends over a variety of time frames, management plans – analysts take everything into account Their recommendations provide valuable direction for building a resilient portfolio in the new year As usual, TipRanks has been collecting and collating the data on the best choices, and made available to investors Stock choices and their data make interesting choices Let’s take a closer look UTZ Brands (UTZ) UTZ Brands is a familiar brand in the eastern United States The company is known for its line of snack foods, of the savory variety rather than sweet The company’s line of foods, including pretzels, chips, snack mixes and popcorn, was a frequent choice at vending machines In August, UTZ (then known as Utz Quality Foods) has entered into a business combination deal with Collier Creek, a special purpose acquisition company The combination brought the venerable snack company into the public commerce arena More recently UTZ reported strong third quarter results and announced that it has reached a deal to buy competing snack company Truco Quarterly results were first released on November 5, showing sales of 248 milli ons of dollars, a 24% year-over-year gain, as well as a 23% year-on-year gain in gross margin A week later, UTZ and Truco announced a $ 480 million acquisition agreement, which will integrate the ‘On the Border’ brand of tortilla chips and salsas into the UTZ product line. 5-star analyst Rupesh Parikh, who clearly sees the way forward for the company, covers this Oppenheimer action “[Following] the company’s announcement on 12/11 to acquire Truco Enterprises, [we] generally view the economics of the transaction very favorably, the opportunities for synergy, the leverage effect on the attractive category of tortillas, including ancillaries (salsa and queso), and compelling growth prospects for the brand, « said Parikh » We believe the company is well positioned to generate at least 3-4% organic sales growth and 6 to 8% growth in EBITDA with an option to increase strategic acquisitions « , concluded the analyst To this end, UTZ remains Parikh’s # 1 small-cap food choice.The analyst rates the stock an outperformance (ie Buy) with a price target of $ 24 This figure implies a 28% rise from current levels ( To see Parikh’s track record, click here) Overall, Wall Street loves this stock and gets an excellent consensus analyst rating – Strong Buy Out of 7 analysts followed by TipRanks in the past 3 months, 6 are bullish on UTZ, while only one stays on the sidelines With a potential return of ~ 16%, the consensual target price of the stock stands at $ 21.71 (See UTZ market analysis on TipRanks) RingCentral, Inc (RNG) From Savory Snacks, We Move to Telecommunications Technology RingCentral is a cloud-based business communications company The company’s products are packages of software platforms that combine telephone and computer systems The dish Flagship e-form, RingCentral Office, enables communication system compatibility with other popular business applications including DropBox, Google Docs, Outlook, and Salesforce RNG also offers unique features needed by communications systems: call forwarding, phone extensions, video calls, and screen sharing Much of the modern business world is about problem solving, and RingCentral does just that for its customers – and the results are clear in terms of revenue and inventory performance Revenue increased through 2020, with third quarter revenue of $ 303 million for a 93% sequential gain Stocks easily recovered from midwinter COVID faint , and the stock is trading up to 76% so far this year On the negative side, RingCentral is operating with a net loss, and that net loss has worsened even as revenues rose and the stock appreciated Q3 EPS loss came in at 24 cents James Fish, 5-star analyst at Piper Sandler, wrote the review on RNG, and is optimistic about the future of the company “RingCentral is gaining new customers and growing with the existing one given its ability to converge across the communications software stack, including with the contact center… we continue to recommend RingCentral as one of our core 4 ”in our coverage and a name to own for the next few years,” commented Fish As a result, Fish reiterates RNG as its top pick Analyst assigns the stock an overweight (ie Buy) with a price target of $ 362 At current levels, this indicates a possible 21% hike for the coming year (To look at Fish’s track record, click here) Overall, RingCentral has 10 recent reviews, including 9 purchases and 1 hold, this which makes the analysts consensus opinion a strong buy The average price target is $ 33722, which suggests a 13% rise from the current price of $ 29779 (See RNG stock market analysis on TipRanks) DraftKings, Inc (DKNG) The World of Fantasy Sports ques is helping bring fans into the games, and now that the professional leagues have taken over the game – albeit for abridged seasons, out of respect for the coronavirus – DraftKings, which takes the fantastic leagues online, has made some gains. from creating fantastic leagues, DraftKings offers sports betting, and the company’s online model fits nicely with the social distancing restrictions put in place to tackle the current virus health crisis.In the third quarter, whose results were released earlier this month, DraftKings had a lot of good news.Revenues, at $ 133 million, beat expectations by $ 1 million, and net loss per share did has not gone as deep as analysts feared Company reported key metric – monthly unique players – surpassing million, milestone Looking ahead, DraftKings has revised its forecast for fiscal 2020 upward 57% in the middle of the range, from $ 540 million to $ 560 million The midpoint of the 2021 revenue forecast is even more bullish, at $ 800 million As noted, these gains come as the major sports leagues are back in the game But that’s not the only key here DraftKings operates in 19 states plus DC – the jurisdictions that allow legal online sports betting.But eight more states are in different stages of legalizing the DraftKings niche, and the company is looking forward to it. To expand its business Summarizing the outlook for DraftKings, Rosenblatt analyst Bernie McTernan writes: “[DKNG] remains a top pick in our Consumer Tech coverage Third quarter results will continue positive revisions to revenue estimates given better guidance than expected for ’20E and’ 21E We are in the high end of the ’21E’ range, which we believe is achievable given our expectations of at least MI and VA lineThe analyst added, « The new state launches will put pressure on adj EBITDA, but encouragingly the company says that NJ, their most mature market, is in a similar location where they had previously hoped it would be for. its profitability rampMcTernan rates DKNG a buy, and his $ 65 price target implies a steep 41% year-over-year increase (To see McTernan’s track record, click here) In total, there are 19 registered reviews for DraftKings, including 13 buys and 6 takes, giving the stock a moderate buy rating from analyst consensus Stocks are currently priced at $ 4624 and have an average price target of $ 59, making upside potential for the year ahead by 38% (See DKNG Stock Analysis on TipRanks) To get great ideas for stocks traded at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that brings together all the TipRanks stock information Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the featured analysts only The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only It is very important to do your own analysis before doing anything investment

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