To eliminate the issues that many organizations face while adopting desktop virtualization, Propalms has introduced Pano G2Zero Client platform in India. This platform is a complete end-to-end solution purpose-built for desktop virtualization. It helps companies to simplify the complexity and management of virtual desktops and reducing TCO by as much as 80 percent. Propalms Network is a provider of server-based computing technology based on Microsoft (News - Alert) Remote Desktop Services, VDI and Enterprise remote access solutions.
This company has developed this platform on Pano Direct technology that doesn’t require an expensive processor, operating system, memory, drivers, firmware, software or any moving parts while eliminating endpoint management and security breaches and reducing energy consumption by 95 percent as compared to a PC. Pano G2 (News - Alert) Zero comes with many features such as true zero management, efficiency, and security. In addition, Pano generation of computing has reinvented desktop virtualization and it is flexible enough to support all three leading hypervisor platforms including VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V and Citrix XenDesktop, and interoperate with their management systems.
Vijender Yadav, Director and CTO at Propalms said in a statement, "Today organizations have started feeling that Pano Zero Client as the future of computing. Addition of Pano G2 into Propalms' portfolio has made us very strong in our offerings. This is an important leap forward for Propalms in the direction of becoming one of the Global leaders in providing remote access and virtualization solution. Pano G2 also gives us an opportunity to address those market needs which were earlier unaddressed or not satisfactorily addressed by any technology vendors in this space."
The Pano G2 System can interoperate with all three leading hypervisors (vSphere, XenServer, Hyper-V) and their management systems (VMware View, XenDesktop, Microsoft SCVMM). Propalms had acquired Pano Logic (News - Alert), a provider of Zero Client Desktop computing in January 2013, and since then Propalms has been supporting more than 3000 Pano customers worldwide including large hospitals, universities, departments of defense and many federal government accounts.