|By RealWire News Distribution||
|March 7, 2014 09:54 PM EST||
Showcases award winning vSpace and N-Series solutions for extending affordable, powerful and flexible computing to widest range of SMEs, public sector and education organisations
Hemel Hempstead, UK - 7th March, 2014 NComputing, the leader in accelerating the adoption of desktop virtualisation, today announced its participation in CeBIT, Germany alongside channel partner Sysob IT-Distribution. NComputing will be exhibiting on Sysob's Stand C73 in Hall 12 and showcasing its unique vSpace end-to-end desktop virtualisation solutions for smaller enterprises and educational institutions and its high performance, enterprise-class N-Series thin client solutions for Citrix environments.
CeBIT, 10th - 14th March, is the largest and most international computer expo in the world. The event will be an ideal opportunity to experience how NComputing enables customers to take full advantage of powerful desktop virtualisation, without having to deal with the typical cost and complexities associated with deploying and maintaining VDI solutions.
The DACH region is a major market for NComputing with customers ranging from the German building products manufacturer Dressler-Bau through to the Swiss construction company KIBAG. NComputing is also involved in projects with public sector organisations such as the City Council of Lunen in Germany which chose NComputing's technology to extend IT access to all students in the town.
CeBIT visitors will be able to see demos of NComputing's vSpace and N-Series technology and get an insight into how NComputing is working with Sysob IT to bring these simple, affordable and effective desktop virtualisation solutions to the DACH market.
NComputing vSpace offers a disruptive alternative to traditional VDI solutions. vSpace enables organisations to centralise and simplify the management of desktop virtualisation solutions, whilst offering excellent performance, ease of use and affordability. For instance, one vSpace server can virtualise a full range of business applications and allow 100 end users to securely access multi-media content on thin clients or existing PCs.
Alongside its vSpace solution, NComputing will be showing the latest version of its award winning N-series Citrix Ready® HDX® verified SoC thin clients for Citrix® environments. With NComputing's Numo System on a Chip (SoC) technology, the N-Series family delivers amazingly rich HDX experience at approximately one third of the cost of equivalent workstations or and traditional thin client devices.
- NComputing CeBIT Page
- Sysob IT-Distribution CeBIT Page
- NComputing EMEA Twitter
- NComputing blog
NComputing, Inc. is the fastest growing desktop virtualization company in the world with over 20 million daily users in 140 countries. The company's award-winning, patented technology lowers desktop computing costs, improves manageability, and reduces both energy consumption and e-waste. It is the perfect solution for leveraging the power and potential of PCs and cloud computing. To learn more about NComputing, visit http://www.ncomputing.com/.
About Sysob IT
Sysob IT-Distribution is a value-added distributor with more than 950 partners globally, including 180 top partners in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. We specialise in the distribution of IT security, wireless LAN traffic management, storage products, server based and cloud computing solutions. As a leading value-added distributor (VAD), Sysob provides a broad range of future-proof solutions and professional services for the channel as part of our comprehensive business strategy. Our dedicated division "Sysob IT service & support" offers technical advice, assistance and training to resellers. We offer active field sales and technical support for local projects across the service portfolio as well as a wide range of field-proven products from qualified manufacturers.
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