VMware Integration, Windows 7 Support on Tap from Pano LogicBy eWEEK Staff | Posted 2010-04-15 Email Print
Zero-client vendor, Pano Logic's product is offering tighter integration with VMware’s View desktop virtualization platform as well as support for Microsoft’s Windows 7 in Pano System 3.0.
Pano Logic is releasing the latest version of its zero-client desktop virtualization offering, offering tighter integration with VMware’s View and support for Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system.
Pano System 3.0, released April 14, also offers other new features as well, including the ability for users to reboot their virtual machines, or to lock their desktop and access a new one if a problem arises. This way, the user can continue working while enabling the IT department to examine the one with the problem.
Pano Logic is looking to differentiate itself from others in the burgeoning desktop virtualization space with its zero-client offering. With Pano Logic’s platform, users connect to a virtual machine through a device that has no processor, operating system, memory, drivers, applications or moving parts. All of that is housed in a central server running VMware virtualization technology. The desktop is streamed from the server to the zero-client device.