NetOpt introduces Kaviza to A/NZ market
- 12 November, 2010 18:00
Niche Brisbane-based distributor, NetOpt has become a certified Kaviza partner to bring its virtual desktop solutions to Australia and New Zealand.
The products are specifically suitable for SMEs and will be supplied to NetOpt’s systems integrators and managed service providers.
“We had evaluated a number of virtualisation solutions and vendors, but Kaviza is the only solution that offers the complete package in an appliance format that is cost-effective and easy to install,” NetOpt product manager, Rick Nand.
“Their virtualisation approach is scalable from 10 to thousands of seats and can now be implemented by the SME sector as well as corporate.”
Kaviza VDI-in-a-box is an all-in-one virtual desktop application that bundles all of the core functionality required to provision and manage virtual desktops. It can be deployed on existing machines with minimal infrastructure requirements, and is fully scalable allowing additional capacity to be added on-demand.
It supports rich high-definition user experience with the CitrixHDX protocol, and is hypervisor agnostic, giving users the flexibility to use the platform of their choice.
Kaviza has a Partner and Solutions Network (KPSN), which consists of a chosen network of partners focused on helping customers realise the full benefits of desktop virtualisation.
KPSN partners get technical training, product roadmaps, tools and resources to educate and support customers in desktop virtualisation.
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