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Wyse Showcases Cloud Client Computing Solutions at VMware vForum 2010 Tokyo

Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, announced today that it will showcase its latest solutions at VMware vForum 2010 Tokyo. As part of the event Wyse executives will present the latest trends in cloud computing, including requirements around mobility, security, improved management, lower energy usage, integrated management and business continuity, and overall TCO. The presentation and demo will be delivered at the VMware vForum 2010 Tokyo, taking place in Tokyo, Japan on November 9-10, 2010.

What:     "PC is Dead - Cloud Client Computing for True Cloud Computing"
Who:

Jeff McNaught, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, and Jun Matsuura, GM, Japan, Wyse Technology

When: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. local time
Where:

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, Floor B2F

Wyse will dominate the floor as they showcase Wyse PocketCloud for Android and Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The Wyse P20 zero client, built for VMware View and based on a hardware PCoIP® engine, as well as the Wyse C class compact and high performing family of thin clients and Wyse X90cw mobile thin clients with Windows Embedded Standard, will be demonstrated and featured within the Wyse booth. Setting Wyse apart from the rest is its virtualization software, Wyse TCX Suite delivers the best user experience for clients connected to Microsoft Windows Terminal Services, Citrix Application Delivery, and VMware VDI. Don't miss this demo as well as the special give-aways handed out each day.

For more information and to register for the conference, please visit: http://info.vmware.com/content/apac_jp_vf_lp?src=www10Q3VMW_vForum_JP_vfp&ossrc=www10Q3VMW_vForum_JP_vfp

Published Thursday, November 04, 2010 12:42 PM by David Marshall
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