Gartner Magic Quadrant Vdi !!EXCLUSIVE!!
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gartner magic quadrant vdi
Huawei offers hardware-based video endpoints and its WeLink meeting solution platform. Huawei is concentrating its efforts in transitioning its current customer base away from the premise-based solution and into the cloud. Huawei boasts a number of unique features not available from other vendors on this quadrant. These include in-meeting content markup and editing, co-browsing, and in-room speech recognition.
Although the quadrant includes the same vendors as last year we have seen some movement between the Visionaries and Niche Players quadrants. Notable moves include Avaya faring significantly better this year as they move into the Visionaries Quadrant. This is encouraging for a vendor that has spent much of the last five years developing and executing its cloud strategy with its huge customer base.
The Leaders Quadrant remains unchanged with one small movement from Zoom that has overtaken Cisco with its ability to execute scores. It is hard to imagine seeing another vendor on this quadrant catching these three leaders in the immediate future as their development cycles are still some of the fastest in the market.
The 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure report features an overall slimmed-down list of networking players but a busy Leader quadrant that includes mainstays Aruba and Cisco.