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Citrix to Conduct Live Demonstration of Bare-Metal Client Hypervisor Developed in Collaboration with Intel

Following its recent announcement of “Project Independence” with Intel Corporation, Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS), the global leader in application delivery infrastructure, announced today that it will offer a first-ever live demonstration of its upcoming new bare-metal client hypervisor. This new virtualization solution, built in collaboration with Intel, will extend the benefits of hosted desktop virtualization to millions of mobile workers with the introduction of a new client-side hypervisor that runs directly on each end user’s PC or laptop computer. This approach will transform the way corporate desktops are delivered and managed, giving IT all the security, simplicity and cost savings of centralized management, with an unprecedented level of performance, personalization and freedom for end users


February 24-26, 2009


VMworld Cannes, France, Citrix Booth #107. For more information, please contact your local Citrix PR representative.

Published Thursday, February 19, 2009 6:45 PM by David Marshall
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Windows Virtualization Team Blog - (Author's Link) - February 21, 2009 1:16 AM

VMworld Europe's tagline this year is "virtually anything is possible". Kinda reminds me of Mike's blog post on Monday about Red Hat. And for many IT pros, "virtually anything is possible" might apply to the fact that Microsoft is exhibiting at, and sponsoring,

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