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July 5, 2009

Propalms to release new desktop virtualisation product

Plans to enter the desktop virtualisation market

By CBR Staff Writer

Propalms has announced that it will enter into the desktop virtualisation market in 2009 with the launch of a new product Propalms VDI – Virtual Desktop Manager technology.

The company said that desktop virtualisation is an extension to the server-based computing model, allowing companies to use the server-based computing and deliver desktop instances of Microsoft Windows to their end-users.

Reportedly, these virtual desktops physically run on server infrastructure in the data centre, which provides security, manageability and availability for companies.

Owen Dukes, COO of Propalms, said: We are pleased to be entering the desktop virtualisation market in 2009 and excited about the opportunities this will open up for Propalms by adding this technology.

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“We believe our history of delivering tried and tested application delivery solutions to the server-based computing market gives us a key edge in this space and will allow us to be at the forefront of this market as its growth accelerates over the next year.

According to the company, analyst firm IDC predicts the desktop virtualisation software market to reach $2 billion by 2011, with players such as Microsoft, VMware, Citrix and SWsoft involved.

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