According to a recent press release, RealVNC announced that it is working with Google (News - Alert) to provide remote access technology and expertise. The company’s technology focuses on Google’s Chrome products and helps provide remote access to pre-existing desktop applications.
“Google’s browser-based initiatives are exciting developments. To be collaborating with them on technology and expertise is tremendous recognition of our engineering pedigree and capabilities,” said Dr Andy Harter, CEO of RealVNC (News - Alert), in a statement. Dr. Harter added that the technology with RealVNC has widespread application because it is highly adaptable and portable.
“With more than 120 million users around the world, Chrome’s focus on speed, simplicity and security has made it an exciting platform for innovation,” said Chee Chew, Engineering Director at Google, in a recent press release. He further added by saying that Google is thrilled to tap into RealVNC’s proven technology and expertise to complement their existing initiative.
The versatility and quality of RealVNC’s software and the talents of its engineering team are the core reasons behind Google working with RealVNC. This work demonstrates the scope of RealVNC’s solution as well as the increasing role its technology has to play both today and in the future.
RealVNC has already made a mark in the field of software solutions. The solutions provide by the company are used by hundreds of millions of people in both desktop and mobile platforms for remote access and control. VNC is used widely in hundreds of different applications, from helpdesks to virtualization. RealVNC’s commercial products have been shipped to customers in all sectors throughout the world.
Various OEM’s are also associated with RealVNC to license VNC technology for inclusion in their product or service. RealVNC is the only organization able to offer a commercial license to embed VNC in third-party products and offerings.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard