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NComputing Named a “Major Player” in IDC MarketScape for the Virtual Client Computing Software Vendor Assessment.


Leading analyst firm, IDC, has named us the ‘Major Player’ in their Market Scape November report on the Virtual Client Computing software vendor assessment. With a 12.8% gain in unit shipments in the year 2015 compare to 2014, IDC is happy to welcome us back in the report in recognition our commitment to our vSpace Product.

In the month of September, we launched our next generation desktop virtualization solution, vSpace Pro 10. A natural evolution of our patented and award-winning vSpace Server that supports the latest Windows Sever 2016 and Windows 10* OS on NComputing thin clients that deliver a true PC desktop experience for our customers. For more information on vSpace Pro10, check out:

The organization’s need of the hour is balancing the requirement for increased governance and control over corporate information with the commitment of empowering employees with modern technologies that enable them to be productive. To achieve this, savvy IT leaders are continuously looking for comprehensive virtual client computing software solution to optimize their end-users experience across different type of devices.

IDC’s report provides a 360-degree assessment of which vendors can provide IT managers the most efficient solution for their business challenge. NComputing’s acknowledgment  and position as a major player in this report is the testimony to our commitment in providing an affordable, faster and easy virtualization solution for a seamless PC desktop experience.

About IDC MarketScape Worldwide Virtual Client Computing Software Vendor Assessment

A client computing model built to assess vendors that create and sell software in the customer virtualization space. The report provides technology buyers a comprehensive 360 assessment of technology vendors’ strengths and weaknesses by gathering and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data.

The inclusion criteria include vendors that create and sell software in the client virtualization space with a focus on centralized virtual desktops, distributed virtual desktops, and virtual user session(VUS) software. Additionally, to be on the IDC MarketScape graphic, vendors need to be earning at least $10 million in revenue in 2015 or demonstrate enough momentum in the marketplace to make nearly $10 million in 2016 according to IDC estimates to be included in the report.


About the author

Richard Sah
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.