IGEL Technology further consolidated its leading position in the international thin client market and remained the clear No. choice 1 in Germany in 2014 for the ninth year in a row. According to the latest figures from IDC, IGEL sold more thin clients in Germany than any other manufacturer last year. Its market share increased […]
Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization (VDI), has announced the general availability of Pano System 6 software that provides a new way for organizations to abandon costly PC-based computing. Pano System 6 introduces the Pano Virtual Client (PVC), which transforms PCs or laptops into virtual desktop clients.
Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization (VDI), today announced an enhanced partner program for their expanding network of resellers and distributors throughout the Europe, Middle East, and Africa and the Asia-Pacific regions.
Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization (VDI), today announced that Arrow Enterprise Computing Solutions, a business segment of Arrow Electronics Inc., has become an authorized Pano Logic value-added distributor for 26 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Zero Client Desktop Virtualization Leader Offers Training and Reference Resources for Pano Systems Running in XenDesktop Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization (VDI), today announced it will launch a Pano Logic certification program at the Citrix Synergy event May 25-27, 2011. The certification program will provide Pano Logic partners with a certification […]
Pano Logic System 4.5 adds XenDesktop 5 support and Sets Desktop Virtualization Performance Benchmark
Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization, have announced that their Pano System 4.5, a zero client hardware and software solution that dramatically improves end user performance and extends multi-platform support to XenDesktop 5. Quantitative analysis from Sarrel Group, a technical-assessment consultancy and independent test lab, indicates that Pano Logic System 4.5 delivers […]
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New Pano System Enhances Performance and Usability; Extends Support to Interoperate with Citrix, Hyper-V or VMware – More Than 99% of All VDI Deployments Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization, today announced Pano System 4, a next generation zero client device that will replace PCs and thin clients with server-side software flexible […]
Cisco and Citrix Partnership: A Unified Vision to Enable Users to Work and Collaborate from Anywhere In September 2010, Citrix and Cisco announced a combined desktop virtualization solution that makes it easier and more cost effective for businesses to deploy virtual desktops and applications to all users across the enterprise. Cisco has now extended its […]
Wyse Delivers Lowest Cost Desktop Virtualization for Education with Shared Resource Computing Implementation at San Francisco Public School
Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, announced today that Alvarado Elementary School in San Francisco, California has deployed the combined solution of Wyse zero clients with Windows MultiPoint Server 2010. “Alvarado is an ideal setting for our Wyse E01 low-cost desktop virtualization solution” Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 enables multiple students to simultaneously […]
Pano Logic, the Industry’s Only Zero Client Desktop Virtualization Solution, Expands Open Platform with Hyper-V Support; Champions Customer Independence
Pano Logic, the leader in zero client desktop virtualization, today announced the release of Pano System 3.5, which adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V alongside VMware, creating the only hypervisor-indifferent desktop virtualization platform. This release provides IT managers with new levels of choice and flexibility in building virtual desktop infrastructures without costly and complex protocol limitations. […]