Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market – Global Industry Analysis and Forecast (2023-2029)

Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.92% during the forecast period and market is expected to reach US$ 2.50 Bn. by 2029.

Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Dynamics:

Global Virtual mobile infrastructure market is mainly driven by increase in smartphone penetration market. Virtual mobile infrastructure empowers enterprises to host their mobile applications on servers and deliver personalized remote access from any device. Virtual mobile infrastructure helps to reduce hardware, and operating costs by deployment of high density virtual mobile infrastructure. Furthermore, many enterprises are emphasizing on building single application which supports all types of mobile devices. Virtual mobile infrastructure enables benefits to the enterprises which is likely to drive the market. However, low awareness of virtual mobile infrastructure among the enterprises and cloud orchestration are major restrains in the large-scale adoption of virtual mobile infrastructure platform.Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market To know about the Research Methodology:-Request Free Sample Report Virtual mobile infrastructure is a mobile centric technology developed to run on mobile operating systems (OS) or a virtual machine which is located on a remote server.

Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Segmentation Analysis:

Based on Deployment type, the Global Market is segmented into Cloud and On-premises. Cloud segment is expected to grow at highest CAGR during forecast period owing to, the advantages of deploying cloud-based VMI platforms, which include flexibility, scalability, affordability, operational efficiency, and low IT-related costs. On the basis of industry vertical, Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market is segmented into banking, financial services & BFSI, information technology (IT) & telecom, retail, manufacturing, government and others such as logistics and energy & utilities.

Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Regional Analysis

North America is to hold largest market size in 2022 due to a high number of mobile subscribers, According to the research, unique mobile subscribers in North America exceeded 300 million, accounting for 84% of the population, by the end of 2022. Moreover, Asia Pacific region is expected to exhibit large market size at a CAGR of xx% during forecast period owing to, strong adoption of virtual mobile infrastructure. Additionally, factors such as increasing presence of Small Medium Enterprises and start-up companies across the region are propelling the The major players are adopting various organic and inorganic growth strategies to increase their regional presence. Growth strategies mainly used are mergers & acquisitions, as well as agreements, partnerships, expansion etc. The objective of the report is to present comprehensive assessment projections with a suitable set of assumptions and methodology. The report helps in understanding Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market dynamics, structure by identifying and analyzing the market segments and projecting the global market size. Further, the report also focuses on the competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, growth strategies, and regional presence. To understand the market dynamics and by region, the report has covered the PEST analysis by region and key economies across the globe, which are supposed to have an impact on market in forecast period. PORTER’s analysis, and SVOR analysis of the market as well as detailed SWOT analysis of key players has been done to analyze their strategies. The report will to address all questions of shareholders to prioritize the efforts and investment in the near future to the emerging segment in the Global  Market.

Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market, Key Highlights:

Global  Market analysis and forecast, in terms of value. Comprehensive study and analysis of market drivers, restraints and opportunities influencing the growth of the Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Global  Market segmentation on the basis of type, source, end-user, and region (country-wise) has been provided. Global  Market strategic analysis with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects along with the contribution of various sub-market stakeholders have been considered under the scope of study. Global  Market analysis and forecast for five major regions namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East & Africa (MEA) and Latin America along with country-wise segmentation. Profiles of key industry players, their strategic perspective, market positioning and analysis of core competencies are further profiled. Competitive developments, investments, strategic expansion and competitive landscape of the key players operating in the Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market are also profiled.

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Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market
Report Coverage Details
Base Year: 2022 Forecast Period: 2023-2029
Historical Data: 2018 to 2022 Market Size in 2022: US $ 1.78 Bn.
Forecast Period 2023 to 2029 CAGR: 4.92% Market Size in 2029: US $ 2.5 Bn.
Segments Covered: by Component Platforms Services
by Deployment Type Cloud On-premises
by Vertical BFSI Healthcare Manufacturing Government

Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market, by Region

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico) Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Austria and Rest of Europe) Asia Pacific (China, South Korea, Japan, India, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Rest of APAC) Middle East and Africa (South Africa, GCC, Egypt, Nigeria and Rest of ME&A) South America (Brazil, Argentina Rest of South America)

Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market, Key Players are

1. Trend Micro (Japan) 2. Avast Software (Czech Republic) 3. Sierraware (US) 4.Nubo (US) 5. Intelligent Waves (US) 6. Pulse Secure (US) 7. Raytheon (US) 8. Prescient Solutions (US) 9. Fortinet (US) 10. Genymobile (France) 11. Space-O Technologies 12. JFG, Inc. 13. Forcepoint 14. Remotium 15. Pulse Secure 16. Workspot 17. Atlantis Computing, Inc. 18. Hypori Frequently Asked Questions: 1. Which region has the largest share in Global  Market? Ans: North America region holds the highest share in 2022. 2. What is the growth rate of Global Market? Ans: The Global Market is growing at a CAGR of 4.92% during forecasting period 2023-2029. 3. What is scope of the Global  market report? Ans: Global Market report helps with the PESTEL, PORTER, COVID-19 Impact analysis, Recommendations for Investors & Leaders, and market estimation of the forecast period. 4. Who are the key players in Global  market? Ans: The important key players in the Global  Market are – Trend Micro (Japan), Avast Software (Czech Republic), Sierraware (US), Nubo (US), Intelligent Waves (US), Pulse Secure (US), Raytheon (US), Prescient Solutions (US), Fortinet (US), Genymobile (France), Space-O Technologies, JFG, Inc., Forcepoint, Remotium, Pulse Secure, Workspot, Atlantis Computing, Inc., and Hypori 5. What is the study period of this market? Ans: The Global  Market is studied from 2022 to 2029.

Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market

1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.2. Secondary data 2.3.3. Secondary Sources 2.3.4. Primary Research 2.3.5. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.6. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure, by Market Value (US$ Bn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends in Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market and Emerging Technologies 4.8. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Market Competitive Landscape 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis and Forecast, By Deployment Type 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 7.4. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Deployment Type 7.5. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, By Deployment Type 7.6. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis, By Deployment Type 8. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis and Forecast, By Component 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 8.4. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Component 8.5. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, By Component 8.6. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis, By Component 9. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis and Forecast, by Vertical 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 9.4. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Vertical 9.5. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Vertical 9.6. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis, by Vertical 10. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Region 10.1. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Region 10.2. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 10.3. Global Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 11. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Overview 11.3. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 11.4. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 11.4.1. Cloud 11.4.2. On-premises 11.5. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 11.6. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 11.6.1. Platforms 11.6.2. Services 11.7. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 11.8. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 11.8.1.1. BFSI 11.8.1.2. Healthcare 11.8.1.3. Manufacturing 11.8.1.4. Government 11.9. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.10. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Country 11.10.1. U.S. 11.10.2. Canada 11.11. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Country 11.12. U.S. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 11.12.1. Cloud 11.12.2. On-premises 11.13. U.S. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 11.13.1. Platforms 11.13.2. Services 11.14. U.S. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 11.14.1.1. BFSI 11.14.1.2. Healthcare 11.14.1.3. Manufacturing 11.14.1.4. Government 11.15. Canada Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 11.15.1. Cloud 11.15.2. On-premises 11.16. Canada Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 11.16.1. Platforms 11.16.2. Services 11.17. Canada Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 11.17.1.1. BFSI 11.17.1.2. Healthcare 11.17.1.3. Manufacturing 11.17.1.4. Government 11.18. North America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis 11.18.1. By Deployment Type 11.18.2. By Component 11.18.3. By Vertical 11.19. PEST Analysis 11.20. Key Trends 11.21. Key Development 12. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Overview 12.3. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 12.4. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.4.1. Cloud 12.4.2. On-premises 12.5. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 12.6. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.6.1. Platforms 12.6.2. Services 12.7. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 12.8. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.8.1.1. BFSI 12.8.1.2. Healthcare 12.8.1.3. Manufacturing 12.8.1.4. Government 12.9. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.10. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Country 12.10.1. Germany 12.10.2. U.K. 12.10.3. France 12.10.4. Italy 12.10.5. Spain 12.10.6. Rest of Europe 12.11. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Country 12.12. Germany Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.12.1. Cloud 12.12.2. On-premises 12.13. Germany Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.13.1. Platforms 12.13.2. Services 12.14. Germany Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.14.1.1. BFSI 12.14.1.2. Healthcare 12.14.1.3. Manufacturing 12.14.1.4. Government 12.15. U.K. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.15.1. Cloud 12.15.2. On-premises 12.16. U.K. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.16.1. Platforms 12.16.2. Services 12.17. U.K. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.17.1.1. BFSI 12.17.1.2. Healthcare 12.17.1.3. Manufacturing 12.17.1.4. Government 12.18. France Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.18.1. Cloud 12.18.2. On-premises 12.19. France Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.19.1. Platforms 12.19.2. Services 12.20. France Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.20.1.1. BFSI 12.20.1.2. Healthcare 12.20.1.3. Manufacturing 12.20.1.4. Government 12.21. Italy Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.21.1. Cloud 12.21.2. On-premises 12.22. Italy Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.22.1. Platforms 12.22.2. Services 12.23. Italy Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.23.1.1. BFSI 12.23.1.2. Healthcare 12.23.1.3. Manufacturing 12.23.1.4. Government 12.24. Spain Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.24.1. Cloud 12.24.2. On-premises 12.25. Spain Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.25.1. Platforms 12.25.2. Services 12.26. Spain Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.26.1.1. BFSI 12.26.1.2. Healthcare 12.26.1.3. Manufacturing 12.26.1.4. Government 12.27. Rest of Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 12.27.1. Cloud 12.27.2. On-premises 12.28. Rest of Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 12.28.1. Platforms 12.28.2. Services 12.29. Rest of Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 12.29.1.1. BFSI 12.29.1.2. Healthcare 12.29.1.3. Manufacturing 12.29.1.4. Government 12.30. Europe Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis 12.30.1. By Deployment Type 12.30.2. By Component 12.30.3. By Vertical 12.31. PEST Analysis 12.32. Key Trends 12.33. Key Development 13. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Overview 13.3. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 13.4. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.4.1. Cloud 13.4.2. On-premises 13.5. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 13.6. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.6.1. Platforms 13.6.2. Services 13.7. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 13.8. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.8.1.1. BFSI 13.8.1.2. Healthcare 13.8.1.3. Manufacturing 13.8.1.4. Government 13.9. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.10. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Country 13.10.1. China 13.10.2. India 13.10.3. Japan 13.10.4. ASEAN 13.10.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 13.11. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Country 13.12. China Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.12.1. Cloud 13.12.2. On-premises 13.13. China Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.13.1. Platforms 13.13.2. Services 13.14. China Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.14.1.1. BFSI 13.14.1.2. Healthcare 13.14.1.3. Manufacturing 13.14.1.4. Government 13.15. India Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.15.1. Cloud 13.15.2. On-premises 13.16. India Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.16.1. Platforms 13.16.2. Services 13.17. India Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.17.1.1. BFSI 13.17.1.2. Healthcare 13.17.1.3. Manufacturing 13.17.1.4. Government 13.18. Japan Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.18.1. Cloud 13.18.2. On-premises 13.19. Japan Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.19.1. Platforms 13.19.2. Services 13.20. Japan Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.20.1.1. BFSI 13.20.1.2. Healthcare 13.20.1.3. Manufacturing 13.20.1.4. Government 13.21. ASEAN Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.21.1. Cloud 13.21.2. On-premises 13.22. ASEAN Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.22.1. Platforms 13.22.2. Services 13.23. ASEAN Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.23.1.1. BFSI 13.23.1.2. Healthcare 13.23.1.3. Manufacturing 13.23.1.4. Government 13.24. Rest of Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 13.24.1. Cloud 13.24.2. On-premises 13.25. Rest of Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 13.25.1. Platforms 13.25.2. Services 13.26. Rest of Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 13.26.1.1. BFSI 13.26.1.2. Healthcare 13.26.1.3. Manufacturing 13.26.1.4. Government 13.27. Asia Pacific Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis 13.27.1. By Deployment Type 13.27.2. By Component 13.27.3. By Vertical 13.28. PEST Analysis 13.29. Key Trends 13.30. Key Development 14. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Overview 14.3. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 14.4. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 14.4.1. Cloud 14.4.2. On-premises 14.5. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 14.6. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 14.6.1. Platforms 14.6.2. Services 14.7. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 14.8. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 14.8.1.1. BFSI 14.8.1.2. Healthcare 14.8.1.3. Manufacturing 14.8.1.4. Government 14.9. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.10. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Country 14.10.1. GCC 14.10.2. South Africa 14.10.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 14.11. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Country 14.12. GCC Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 14.12.1. Cloud 14.12.2. On-premises 14.13. GCC Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 14.13.1. Platforms 14.13.2. Services 14.14. GCC Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 14.14.1.1. BFSI 14.14.1.2. Healthcare 14.14.1.3. Manufacturing 14.14.1.4. Government 14.15. South Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 14.15.1. Cloud 14.15.2. On-premises 14.16. South Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 14.16.1. Platforms 14.16.2. Services 14.17. South Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 14.17.1.1. BFSI 14.17.1.2. Healthcare 14.17.1.3. Manufacturing 14.17.1.4. Government 14.18. Rest of Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 14.18.1. Cloud 14.18.2. On-premises 14.19. Rest of Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 14.19.1. Platforms 14.19.2. Services 14.20. Rest of Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 14.20.1.1. BFSI 14.20.1.2. Healthcare 14.20.1.3. Manufacturing 14.20.1.4. Government 14.21. Middle East & Africa Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis 14.21.1. By Deployment Type 14.21.2. By Component 14.21.3. By Vertical 14.22. PEST Analysis 14.23. Key Trends 14.24. Key Development 15. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Overview 15.3. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Deployment Type 15.4. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 15.4.1. Cloud 15.4.2. On-premises 15.5. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, By Component 15.6. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 15.6.1. Platforms 15.6.2. Services 15.7. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Vertical 15.8. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 15.8.1.1. BFSI 15.8.1.2. Healthcare 15.8.1.3. Manufacturing 15.8.1.4. Government 15.9. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Value Share Analysis, by Country 15.10. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Country 15.10.1. Brazil 15.10.2. Mexico 15.10.3. Rest of South America 15.11. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Analysis, by Country 15.12. Brazil Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 15.12.1. Cloud 15.12.2. On-premises 15.13. Brazil Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 15.13.1. Platforms 15.13.2. Services 15.14. Brazil Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 15.14.1.1. BFSI 15.14.1.2. Healthcare 15.14.1.3. Manufacturing 15.14.1.4. Government 15.15. Mexico Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 15.15.1. Cloud 15.15.2. On-premises 15.16. Mexico Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 15.16.1. Platforms 15.16.2. Services 15.17. Mexico Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 15.17.1.1. BFSI 15.17.1.2. Healthcare 15.17.1.3. Manufacturing 15.17.1.4. Government 15.18. Rest of South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Deployment Type 15.18.1. Cloud 15.18.2. On-premises 15.19. Rest of South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, By Component 15.19.1. Platforms 15.19.2. Services 15.20. Rest of South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Forecast, by Vertical 15.20.1.1. BFSI 15.20.1.2. Healthcare 15.20.1.3. Manufacturing 15.20.1.4. Government 15.21. South America Virtual Mobile Infrastructure Attractiveness Analysis 15.21.1. By Deployment Type 15.21.2. By Component 15.21.3. By Vertical 15.22. PEST Analysis 15.23. Key Trends 15.24. Key Development 16. Company Profiles 16.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 16.2. Competition Matrix 16.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 16.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 16.2.3. Market Consolidation 16.2.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and Applications 16.2.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 16.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 16.3.1. Trend Micro (Japan) 16.3.1.1. Company Overview 16.3.1.2. Financial Overview 16.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 16.3.1.4. Business Strategy 16.3.1.5. Recent Developments 16.3.1.6. Company Footprint 16.3.2. Avast Software (Czech Republic) 16.3.3. Sierraware (US) 16.3.4. Nubo (US) 16.3.5. Intelligent Waves (US) 16.3.6. Pulse Secure (US) 16.3.7. Raytheon (US) 16.3.8. Prescient Solutions (US) 16.3.9. Fortinet (US) 16.3.10. Genymobile (France) 16.3.11. Space-O Technologies 16.3.12. JFG, Inc. 16.3.13. Forcepoint 16.3.14. Remotium 16.3.15. Pulse Secure 16.3.16. Workspot 16.3.17. Atlantis Computing, Inc. 16.3.18. Hypori 17. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID 32915
Category Information Technology & Telecommunication
Published Date July 2023
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