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China's Great Wall Technology Selects Virtual Bridges Desktop Virtualization

Virtual Bridges, Inc. today announced Great Wall Technology, a manufacturer of IT equipment to the ministries of the People’s Republic of China, will deploy and resell VERDE desktop virtualization, selecting it over competitive solutions due to ease of use, high-quality performance and overall value.

Great Wall is deploying VERDE to all knowledge workers located at the company’s Shenzhen manufacturing plants. The solution is expected to dramatically increase the reliability of service to employees, minimize the impact of outages and prevent costly disruptions. Following the internal rollout, Great Wall will begin reselling VERDE to other companies across Asia Pacific.

“With Virtual Bridges VERDE, the data never leaves the datacenter. As a result the entire backup process is fast and easy, ensuring our information is accessible at all times,” said Mr. Sun, General Manager for Great Wall’s Information Center. “Priced much more competitively than Citrix and VMware, we expect VERDE will deliver great ROI for Great Wall and our customers.”

Designed for organizations that want to escape the constraints of physical computing, VERDE simplifies desktop management, improves security and increases business agility. It provides end users access to Windows and Linux desktops from any location or device — including tablets, netbooks, laptops and thin clients. In addition, IT professionals can manage desktops centrally, reducing the costs and challenges associated with provisioning, updating and securing highly distributed PC environments.

“IT organizations need a flexible approach to desktop virtualization that is lightweight, affordable and effective,” said Jim Curtin, CEO of Virtual Bridges. “Virtual Bridges represents the latest advances in desktop virtualization that are flexible, scalable and high-performing, supporting the way companies work today and how they plan to work in the future. We look forward to a long, productive relationship with Great Wall.”

VERDE’s broad feature set includes online, offline and cloud branch VDI, Gold Master provisioning, Storage Optimizer, a Distributed Connection brokering architecture, flexibility to run both Windows and Linux desktops, branch-level VDI at LAN speeds, support for on-premises and hosted deployment, and desktop portability on a USB stick.

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Published Tuesday, July 31, 2012 9:50 AM by David Marshall
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