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HP introduces new client virtualization software suite

Aims to help companies transition from traditional desktop computing to a virtualized environment

HP Middle East has introduced a new virtualization software suite that helps companies transition from traditional distributed desktop computing to a virtualized client environment.

The HP Virtual Client Essentials portfolio involves multimedia, brokering and streaming solutions, designed with a strong user focus. Its solutions include the HP Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Enhancements and HP Remote Graphics Software, two protocol options that offer a rich multimedia experience when deploying virtual computing solutions.

It also features HP Session Allocation Manager (SAM), a session broker for remote clients that provides connectivity and advanced management capabilities, and HP Image Manager for streaming operating systems and applications.

“A common concern we hear from customers about client virtualization is that there is a perceived trade-off between gaining control of a computing environment and maintaining employee productivity and satisfaction,” said Anil Kumar, general manager, Personal Systems Group, HP Middle East

“With HP Virtual Client Essentials, we’re helping businesses give their employees the personal, rich computing experience they expect, while making it even easier to secure and manage their client infrastructures through virtualization.”

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