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Trend Micro has announced the industry’s first hypervisor agnostic, virtualization-aware endpoint security offering—Trend Micro OfficeScan 10.5, the company’s endpoint security solution for medium businesses and enterprises. Trend Micro OfficeScan 10.5, which is powered by the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, an infrastructure of in-the-cloud, correlated, automated, & intelligent threat protection, designed to solve the challenges unique to endpoints today.
Dell, Citrix, and Microsoft provide an end-to-end optimized solution for remote, server-hosted desktop virtualization called Dell Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD). This solution combines Dell’s client, server, storage, networking hardware, and services with Citrix XenDesktop desktop virtualization technology and Microsoft’s server virtualization and management infrastructure.
The new XenDesktop 5 brings unprecedented levels of simplicity and power to virtual desktops for both users and IT. It supports a wide range of new consumer devices, thousands of new third-party products and an entirely new generation of web and software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps. XenDesktop 5 also extends the benefits of desktop virtualization to millions of laptop users for the first time ever, giving them virtual desktops “to go” with the new Citrix XenClient™ hypervisor.
Solarflare, the leader in standards-based 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network adapters, silicon and middleware, announced today support for Citrix XenServer®, offering near-native performance for 10GbE network traffic to virtual machines using standards-based hardware I/O virtualization with its SFN5000 Enterprise Server Adapter Product Family.
Today at Citrix Synergy, the conference where virtualization, networking and cloud computing meet, Citrix Systems announced a new Desktop Transformation Model designed to help businesses quickly realize the many business benefits of desktop virtualization.
Citrix Systems announced the first public release of Citrix XenClient, a new client-side virtualization solution, developed in collaboration with Intel, that allows centrally managed virtual desktops to run directly on corporate laptops and PCs, even when they are disconnected from the network. Representing a major milestone in the industry, XenClient is designed to provide the highest levels of performance, security and isolation through its bare metal architecture and integration with Intel® vPro hardware virtualization technologies.
Today at Citrix Synergy 2010, the conference where virtualization, networking and cloud computing meet, Wyse Technology revealed the Wyse Zero engine. Wyse Zero is software that simplifies the development of cloud connected devices. Wyse Zero, which connects users to cloud computing services and virtual desktops with efficient communications and protocol technology, is already in use in millions of devices, including thin clients, handheld smart devices, and zero clients.