This IDC study provides detailed analysis, conclusions, and forecasts regarding the dynamics of the enterprise storage systems market in the Czech Republic. The information in this study is intended to provide an understanding of the changes and opportunities facing the storage industry in this emerging market. Our topical data and analysis are based on information gathered from interviews with the leading IT companies (vendors, distributors, assemblers, systems integrators, and value-added resellers) in the enterprise storage systems market. Data is broken down by location, installation, protocol, operating systems, and price band.
"The GDP of the Czech Republic fell once again in 2012, but this time commencing the longest period of continual recession — in terms of consecutive quarters — in the country's modern history. The storage market displayed a healthy performance, due partly to pent-up demand from disk shortages at the end of 2011 as a result of severe flooding in Thailand. The market was characterized in 2012 by weak local currency in the middle of the year, very strong expenditure on research and development, and very high levels of FDI. Looking forward, the storage market will be positively influenced by the ongoing development of the country's datacenter facilities; the implementation of new delivery models; the adoption of cloud computing; the growth in unstructured data and social networking; the enhanced effectiveness of technology through virtualization, deduplication, and thin provisioning; acquisitions; and unpredictable exogenous variables such as new technologies and the scandal around the U.S. National Security Agency activities." — Senior Research Analyst Petr Svagrovsky, Systems and Infrastructure Solutions, IDC CEMA
Czech Republic Enterprise Storage Systems Market 2013–2017 Forecast and 201...
January 20, 2014
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