Consumers on the lookout for a high-performance remote access solution now have a new option in Exceed VA TurboX (ETX), released recently by enterprise information management solutions provider OpenText.
The company’s latest solution promises to remove the restrictions and complications of traditional remote access solutions and offer a faster connection to business services, all wrapped in a uniquely intuitive user experience. Also, the new Exceed VA TurboX permits enterprise users to remotely utilize Linux and UNIX applications and desktops anywhere in the world.
Users will be able to launch and connect to their applications in seconds using a built-in interface via any supported Web browser. Moreover, OpenText explained that users will experience high levels of speed and performance when remotely accessing UNIX applications, cutting down on the need for expensive UNIX workstations.
"Designed for the enterprise data center, ETX improves the security, manageability, and availability of Linux and UNIX applications," said Gary Weiss, senior vice president and general manager, Information Exchange and Cloud, OpenText.
OpenText noted that its partnerships with various Linux and UNIX application vendors, such a Cadence, have strongly contributed to the success of the new ETX solution.
Working together as strategic partners, both companies spent significant time testing each other's solutions and enhancing them accordingly to ensure that ETX would be able to offer efficient remote access to Cadence applications.
"Cadence and OpenText have had a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship, one that allows us to provide excellent service and products for our customers," explained Steven Lewis, product marketing director, Cadence. "I am excited for the innovative possibilities the new release of OpenText Exceed VA TurboX brings and I look forward to having OpenText as a member of the Cadence Connections Program for many years to come."