VDI - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and solutions for desktop virtulisation


Citrix XenDesktop is a desktop virtualization solution that transforms Windows desktops and applications into an on-demand service available to any user, anywhere, on any device. With XenDesktop, you can securely deliver individual Windows, web and SaaS applications, or full virtual desktops, to PCs, Macs, tablets, smartphones, laptops and thin clients—all with a high-definition user experience. Desktop virtualization is a set of mainstream technologies that optimize the delivery of desktops, applications and data to users.  

The operating system, apps and data are decoupled from the underlying PC hardware and moved to the datacenter, where they can be centrally managed and secured. Instead of juggling thousands of static desktop images, IT can manage and update the OS and apps once, from one location, then deliver desktops and apps that are customized to meet the performance, security and mobility requirements of each individual user.



The Virtual Computer team is made up of a variety of engaging and experienced developers, engineers, and staff. Most of the team has prior experience in the virtualization industry and the entire team is excited to be at Virtual Computer building. All of us at Virtual Computer want NxTop to make your job easier and more efficient while giving your end-users the desktop experience they are used to. Among investors in Virtual Computer is also Citrix: http://virtualcomputer.com/about/investors.

NxTop highlights and benefits: Distributed desktop virtualization puts desktop virtualization on the local desktop and laptop, avoiding the need for major data center and network upgrades. Central management architecture (patent pending) turns high friction IT activities such as operating system deployment and patching into simple, efficient, one-to-many operations. Users are provisioned faster and easier from a shared central image, and updates are efficient and failsafe. Full hardware abstraction from the operating system means simple, efficient migration from any desktop to desktop configuration without any driver issues.

Seamless integration with complementary server-based desktop and application delivery products protects investment by supporting any desktop model and avoiding thin client lock-in. Full protection and control through layered security, integrated disk encryption, and hardware-independent images make lost, stolen, or damaged PCs a non-event for IT and the end-user.


Machines can survive catastrophic operating system issues, including the familiar "blue screen of death." Policy-based incremental backups of user data make the process fast, reliable, and non-disruptive allowing end-users can take snapshots far more frequently. Multi-VM support turns existing PCs into multi-OS workstations, supporting a variety of new use cases that simply are not possible with native PCs. Comprehensive hardware support brings new life to old PCs. Organizations can update their platforms at their own pace, not that of the virtualization platform. Also, as use cases arise that require multiple operating system instances, they can be run securely on a single PC. Malware in one desktop cannot permeate others on the device.


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Born around the understanding that to fulfill its promise, virtual computing required a new virtual storage architecture, Virsto Software chose to base its business around a pure software model that enhances customers’ existing investments in storage hardware. CEO Mark Davis pulled together a team of seasoned professionals with deep experience in both virtual computing and storage, and the company’s executive team boasts DNA from VMware, Citrix, Veritas/Symantec, Data Domain, and Sun Microsystems, among others. The Virsto virtual storage architecture is hypervisor-agnostic, and our objective is to provide the ideal storage virtualization solution for all major type 1 hypervisor platforms.
  Our architecture was designed specifically to handle the very random, very write intensive environments typical in virtual computing – both server and desktop – with a scalable model that cost effectively deploys at the low end while at the same time being able to support large scale cloud computing environments.
Virsto was founded in 2007, and is backed by top tier venture capital firms Canaan Partners, August Capital, and InterWest Partners. Virsto is based in the heart of Silicon Valley – Sunnyvale, California – with satellite development operations in Melbourne, Australia and Minsk, Belarus.



Pano Logic was created to address the growing costs and complexity of the PC-based desktop computing paradigm. We've brought together a team who have had many decades of cumulative experience working on different approaches to this problem – both from thin-client hardware companies and from virtualization software vendors. We've leveraged this expertise and experience to take a fresh look at how desktop consolidation and virtualization can provide the Windows desktop users need while rescuing IT from the escalating overhead of managing and securing distributed PCs.
  A few simple design principles have guided our strategy - be simple, complete, and open. Based on these design principles and feedback from our customers we've continued to improve the Pano System from our initial 1.0 release in 2007 to our latest 4.5 release in April 2011.



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