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IDC Names Virtual Bridges a "Major Player" in Desktop Virtualization

Virtual Bridges today announced it has been named a “Major Player” in desktop virtualization by IDC, which cited the company’s current capabilities and long-term strategy in delivering VDI Gen2 solutions to market, among six other vendors.   

According to the report, IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Desktop Virtualization 2011 Vendor Analysis (Doc #228619), the desktop virtualization market has experienced tremendous attention over the past few years, with customers being intrigued by the possibility of a better desktop management model and the operational savings desktop virtualization can deliver. IDC believes the desktop virtualization market has the potential to reach upwards of $1 billion by 2015, making significant gains in both revenues and customer acquisition.

“There’s no question we’ve hit a tipping point, where VDI has evolved from an ‘early adopter’ discussion to one that’s become much more mainstream,” said Jim Curtin, CEO of Virtual Bridges. “Today everyone from SMBs to large enterprises is looking at how VDI can help them increase efficiencies, reduce costs, and embrace a much more flexible, mobile work paradigm. We’re thrilled to be named on IDC’s short list of desktop virtualization vendors, and look forward to delivering many new innovations to market in the coming months.”

Released in 2010, Virtual Bridges VERDE has gained market traction for its ease of use, centralized management and support for both Windows and Linux desktops. VERDE delivers value to off-line users, branch users and server-hosted users, all from the same management interface. The VDI Gen2 solution helps organizations improve IT efficiency, reduce labor costs, extend PC lifecycles and reduce security risks.

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Published Friday, July 01, 2011 6:00 AM by David Marshall
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