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Virtual Computer Named as 2011 Hot Companies Awards Finalist by Network Products Guide

Virtual Computer, the market leader in distributed desktop virtualization, announced today it has been named a 2011 Hot Companies awards finalist by Network Products Guide. These awards honor achievements and recognitions in every facet of the IT industry.   

Virtual Computer is changing the IT paradigm through a new computing model that gives end users the flexibility they need while at the same time giving IT managers central management and tight security controls over PCs. NxTop, its flagship product, combines a centralized management system with an enhanced Xen™-based client hypervisor to create a single, cost-effective platform for any combination of local desktops, remote VDI sessions, and server- and cloud-based applications, significantly reducing desktop operating costs without compromising mobility, user experience, or current PC investments.

“Network Products Guide seeks out the best companies that are tackling and solving some of the biggest challenges in the IT industry,” said Rake Narang, editor-in-chief for Network Products Guide. “Virtual Computer was chosen as a Hot Companies finalist because it is an innovator that is addressing desktop virtualization from an entirely new perspective.”

An annual achievements and recognition awards program with active participation from a broad spectrum of industry voices, the Hot Companies and Best Products Awards recognize the best in organizational performance, products and services, executives and management teams, successful deployments, product management and engineering, support and customer satisfaction, and public relations in every area of information technology. Winners will be honored at a special awards dinner in Las Vegas on May 10, 2011.

“It’s an honor to be named a finalist by Network Products Guide,” said Dan McCall, CEO of Virtual Computer. “This further validates our position as a leader that is helping organizations successfully overcome the desktop virtualization management, cost and productivity issues they face today.”   

Published Tuesday, April 05, 2011 5:50 PM by David Marshall
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