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Virtual Bridges Announces Sponsorship of OpenStack Foundation

Investment Deepens Commitment to Develop Efficient VDI Solutions for the Cloud

Virtual Bridges, Inc. today announced it has become a Corporate Sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation. As the first VDI solution purpose-built for the cloud, Virtual Bridges brings broad expertise in virtual desktops to the OpenStack Foundation, a global collaboration that promotes the development, distribution and adoption of the OpenStack cloud operating system.

A long time-supporter of OpenStack, Virtual Bridges has contributed code to numerous projects and will expand its support by sharing expertise that helps the community solve challenges associated with BYOD and VDI use cases. These technologies will enable OpenStack users – including managed service providers, enterprises, government agencies and academic institutions – to provide secure, anytime, anywhere access to Windows and Linux virtual desktops.

“OpenStack clouds enable businesses to rapidly roll out new products, add new features, and improve internal systems while preventing technology lock-in,” said Mark Collier, Chief Operating Officer, OpenStack Foundation. “In the most recent OpenStack user survey, VDI was ranked as one of the top use cases currently being deployed by the OpenStack community. Virtual Bridges has deep knowledge and a strong position in the VDI market and we are very pleased to have their support.”

“With a foundation in open source software, Virtual Bridges is dedicated to providing solutions that make it easy to deploy and manage virtual desktops, while providing a dynamic and streamlined user experience,” said Jon Senger, chief strategy officer for Virtual Bridges. “As organizations make the move to OpenStack, Virtual Bridges will be their trusted partner for VDI.”

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Published Tuesday, February 18, 2014 10:56 AM by David Marshall
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