NComputing Leads Desktop Virtualization Market In India
September 27, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011: NComputing Inc., the fastest growing end-to-end desktop virtualization company in the world, today announced that India is its fastest growing market, achieving over 150% YoY (year on year) growth in shipments of its virtual desktop solutions. The company has achieved particular success in the education and public sectors, and its desktop virtualization solutions have become the de-facto standard for new desktop computing deployments in schools throughout India with almost 350,000 units shipped. SMB (small and mid-sized) businesses are also increasingly turning to virtual desktops as a high performance, low cost computing environment; NComputing has already deployed over 150,000 units to this market segment.
NComputing has a strong channel partner base with more than 700 active channel partners in over 100 cities across 20 states in India. A strategic focus on growing the network of channel partners to help accelerate market adoption has been a key factor to the success of NComputing business in India.
“NComputing offers unmatched ROI and simplicity for VDI” Said Mr. Manish Sharma, Vice President – NComputing Asia Pacific. “With the highest user density per dollar compared to any desktop virtualization solution, and at a quarter the cost of an average PC, NComputing’s virtual desktop products offer unbeatable economics. For our customers, this means they can provide more computer access than before and, in many cases, they can deploy desktop computing for the first time because we make it economically viable. When customers also discover that on-going maintenance and support is 75% less than traditional PCs and they can achieve up to 90% in energy savings, our solutions begin to sell themselves.”
Mr. Raj Kumar Director Channels, NComputing said."Our channel is key to our success. Our partners understand the unique value proposition of our technology. We are 100 percent channel-focusedand believe that the best way to go to market is with local partners who are trusted experts intheir region. The customer insight, technical knowledge and market knowledge that local channel partners provide is invaluable to us and our customers."
NComputing regularly rolls-out programs focused on enabling, training and motivating partners across the country. These programs help create awareness, better business opportunities and more conducive market environment for partners.
Redington India Ltd is NComputing’s national distributorand has been an important strategic partner in the company’s success. “NComputingrepresents one of the fastest growing product-lines for us in the Value Added Distribution space. With a rapidly growing market and leadership position in the desktop virtualization space, there is tremendous potential and opportunity in the Indian marketfor theNComputing product portfolio. We look forward to working with NComputing on expanding our businesses together. “saidSasikanth, Strategic Business Unit Head, Enterprise SBU (Value Added Distribution), Redington India Ltd.
NComputing customers in India are deploying some of largest and most innovative virtual desktop infrastructures in the world. For example, the company has made a huge wave in education, providing ICT to millions of children who otherwise would not have access to these important skills development and learning tools. NComputing is the de-facto standard for education in the majority of Indian states like Andhra Pradesh where 50, 000 NComputing virtual desktops are deployed in 5,000 schools to benefit 1.8 million children. The company recently announced success with Indian state education ministries of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar and Maharashtra.
IDC ranks NComputing as the number one vendor of enterprise client device shipments in Asia Pacific.
The NComputing solution is based on a simple fact: today’s PCs are so powerful that the vast majority of applications use only a small fraction of the computer’s capacity. NComputing vSpace virtualization software taps the unused capacity in a PC and shares it among multiple users as if each person had their own computer. Each person enjoys a full PC experience by connecting their own monitor, keyboard and mouse to an NComputing access device, which is then connected to the shared PC. The access devices snap into place in minutes, are almost impossible to break, and save on maintenance costs because only the shared PC requires ongoing service or upgrade. The devices use just 1 to 5 watts of electricity which also reduces the need for air-conditioning and qualifies many educational institutions schools and organisations for substantial energy-efficiency rebates.