Compared to global trends, organizations in China virtualize less of their x86 server infrastructure. I&O leaders in China must understand the market trends and improve their virtualization rate to support business agility, cost optimization and digital business.
Market Guide for Virtualization of x86 Server Infrastructure, China
- Key Findings
- Enterprises in China Will Improve the Delivery Agility and Renovate the Core Through Virtualization
- Chinese Government Initiatives Will Drive Growth in the Virtualization Market
- Enterprises Will Accelerate Their x86 Virtualization Adoption Through Two Major Initiatives
- The Virtualization Rate in China Is Still Relatively Low Compared With the Mature Global Market, Which Will Grow Rapidly in Next Three Years
- Chinese I&O Leaders Increasingly Prefer More Local Virtualization Solutions Than Global Ones
- Differing Adoption Behavior
- Adopt Virtualization to Improve Traditional Workload Agility
- Use Virtualization to Gain Cloud Capability and Drive More Business Value
- Onboard Suitable Partners to Achieve Virtualization Targets
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