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10/02/2021

Video as a Service fuelled by demand for remote services

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The VaaS market is fuelled by the growing demand for real-time and remote video services and the rapid growth in the number of internet users around the world. Moreover, the trend of companies investing moe on adoption of cloud platforms and reduced total cost of ownership is driving the adoption of VaaS solutions.

This is according to new data from Marketsandmarkets whose analysts suggest that the global VaaS market size could grow from USD 3.8 billion in 2020 to USD 6.2 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 8.7% during the forecast period.

Public Cloud

The Public cloud deployment mode of the VaaS market is projected to hold a larger market size during the forecast period. The public cloud deployment mode focuses on deploying workloads and data on the public cloud as it provides ease to software developing companies with no management overheads and associated costs. Cloud resources are owned by third-party cloud service providers. Due to cost flexibility and scalability, the adoption of public cloud is expected to surge in the coming five years.

Healthcare and life sciences

Under the verticals segment, the health care and life sciences segment is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period. The healthcare and life sciences vertical deals with diverse clinical, administrative, and financial content on a daily basis. This results in the requirement for channelised content insights and accurate clinical information that can be consolidated through VaaS solutions. VaaS collaborations enable healthcare providers in the telemedicine and patient care, medical education, and healthcare administration applications to offer enhanced patient care by providing them with improved communication options.

Large scale investments

North America holds a strong position in the global VaaS market, owing to large-scale investments by organisations for outsourcing VaaS solutions. Countries in North America have advanced communication infrastructure that help VaaS solution providers offer quality services to their clients. The major growth drivers for this region include large-scale investments in the implementation of VaaS solutions due to the growth of video conferencing applications and the need for better video quality,


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