Propalms rolls out PanoG2 Zero Client in Indian market at INTEROP 2013 in Mumbai

17th December 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, December 17, 2013: Propalms, a leading provider of server based computing technology based on Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, VDI and Enterprise remote access solutions; had launched PanoG2 Zero Client in Indian market at INTEROP 2013 in Mumbai. Performance and small form factor of Pano device attracted attention of all leading CXOs and other visitors.

Early 2013, Propalms Ltd. has acquired leading US based Zero Client company Panologic. With innovative technology and proprietary high performance PDP (Pano Direct Protocol) Panologic carries over 3000 customers across US and Europe. Pano zero client has been choice of CTO’s and CIO’s across various verticals like Government, Education, Research, Healthcare, BFSI, Manufacturing, Services, etc. Pano G2 has been device of choice for esteem organization like NASA over the years.

Pano G2 is a highly advance, small form factor, fully secure and stateless computing device for end users to access individual DVM’s (Dedicated Virtual Machines) in a VDI environment. Pano System is highly compatible with leading Hypervisors like VMware ESXi, Microsoft HyperV and Citrix Xen Server. Therefore Pano G2 proves obvious choice for organizations using dedicated virtual desktop infrastructure.

Pano G2 Zero Client is highly robust, completely plug-n-play stateless end point device without any processor, operating system, memory, drivers, firmware, software, or any other moving parts. Therefore it completely eliminates endpoint management and security breaches, while slashing energy consumption by 95% as compared to EnergyStar certified desktop PC.

Pano System uses proprietary high performance PDP protocol which eliminates dependency on other remote access protocols like RDP, PCoIP or ICA for performance of
virtual machine. At the same time Pano Controller eliminates need of costly third party connection brokers thereby reducing TCO of VDI solution.

Director and CTO at Propalms Vijender Yadav said, “We were very happy with the overwhelming responses that we received from leading CXOs for the Pano G2 zero client solution at INTEROP 2013 in Mumbai. Most of the visitors were very much amazed with the small form factor, high performance and complete end to end desktop virtualization that Pano G2 offered. This gives us immense confidence in Pano G2 zero client. Our main aim is to help organizations to simplify the complexity in managing their virtual desktops. We are 100% assured that PanoG2 will end search of Indian CXO’s for a perfect end point device for their virtual desktops.”


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