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NComputing has rebounded from its past troubles, finishing the year with better than 12 percent growth in volume as reported by IDC

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At NComputing, we are honored and excited to announce that International Data Corporation (IDC), a prominent market research company, has continued to recognize us as the #3 thin-client vendor worldwide in 2015 with a strong 12.8% year-over-year growth [1]

This underscores our commitment to continue to support NComputing’s 70,000 customers and 120 million users in 140 countries. On a daily basis, 20 million users of NComputing's vSpace desktop virtualization platform regularly access Windows and Linux desktops from over 5 million NComputing thin client devices. 

NComputing enjoys 12% growth in volume

A year ago, ZeroDesktop, Inc., a leading developer of next generation Cloud Computing solutions, acquired NComputing to continue its commitment to providing affordable desktop computing solutions.

With guidance provided by the ZeroDesktop management team, NComputing has been able to inject a lot of energy in our new product lineup. The recent launch of Chromebook CX110 and vSpace Client for Chromebook is indicative of our commitment to our customers.

The addition of the Chromebook CX110 and vSpace Client for Chromebook to the NComputing product family is directly driven by the growing demand of teachers and students to continue to access important Windows applications and education content on Chromebook.

We continue to remain committed to delivering the most innovative client virtualization solutions on the market today. In the next few weeks we will be announcing new products and software updates. Watch this space for more information on latest updates and products.

[1] IDC Press Release – http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS41139816

About the author

Richard Sah
CTO
Mr. Sah is the Chief Technology Officer and leads the planning & development of product portfolios and new technology initiatives. With his multi-lingual and multi-cultural experience and background, Mr. Sah has extensive experience in the design and marketing of technology products for various industries including semiconductors, servers, consumer electronics, and Internet software/service (Mobile, Cloud, Big Data and Saas) with extensive international business exposure. Mr. Sah has extensive hands-on experience ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies (including Intel, AMD and Vast Systems which was acquired by Synopsys), and has a successful track record building a new ecosystem and infrastructure and bringing emerging and mature products to markets. Mr. Sah received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from University of Michigan, and is still a loyal Wolverine fan. He received his master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, with additional focus on entrepreneurship, strategy and analysis.