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Asia-Pacific Application Delivery Controller Market CY 2014 Tracker

Rising Adoption of Web-based and Cloud Services Driving Market Growth

  • Research Code : 9A61-00-18-00-00
  • SKU : IT00254-AP-TC_01273
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  • Release Date : 10-Jun-2015
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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The Asia-Pacific application delivery controller market (ADC) posted revenue of $720.1 million in 2014, recording a steady year-on-year growth of 7.3% as service providers and enterprises continued to enhance their critical business application services on the Web platform. Understanding ADC technology and its important role in the business environment has increased significantly among enterprises in Asia-Pacific over the past few years. The capability to provide customers with functionalities of application service availability and acceleration is a key feature that enterprises have looked at to enhance their critical business services on the Web platform to ensure the customer experience.
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