Desktop virtualisation company NComputing has been recognised by IDC as the fastest growing vendor across second quarter 2013.
According to the IDC Worldwide Enterprise Client Device Tracker Q2 2013 NComputing showed 70 per cent quarter-on-quarter growth and 65 per cent year on year, ahead of Dell, Wyse and HP.
The company has also strengthened its market share in APAC, boasting 30.7 per cent share, boosted by quarterly growth of 138.9 per cent - good enough to be number one in the APAC/Japan region.
“The latest IDC report demonstrates NComputing’s major growth and momentum in the global desktop virtualisation and thin client computing markets. NComputing has enjoyed number one market share in the Asia Pacific and Latin America regions for several years with our client computing solutions that have set the industry standard for simplicity and price-performance,” said Raj Dhingra, CEO, NComputing.
"NComputing is poised to disrupt the entire market for desktop virtualisation and the market can expect to see more growth from NComputing as we ready the next generation of our solutions and continue to deliver ahead of market demand."
NComputing claims that it now has 20 million daily users in 140 countries.
NComputing's vice-president Asia-PacificManish Sharma, thanked the company's partners for helping it grow so quickly.
"All this would not have been possible without the support of our partners spread across the region and PCMerge, our value added national distributor in A-NZ.”
Sharma said that the company is looking to expand further by introducing new products and programs which will please the existing customer base and bring in new clients.
The company recently announced enhancements to its N-series line of Citrix thin clients, which utilise System on Chip technology. A new version of the vSpace Desktop and Application Virtualisation Software was also announced recently.
Allan Swann is a Senior Editor at IDG Communications Australia. Follow Allan on Twitter at @allanswann.