NetOpt product manager, Rick Nand, said the deal was part of a move to find a cost-effective replacement VDI solution for Kaviza after it was bought out by Citrix.
“It’s very simple to use and manage and it’s about half the price if you compare it to Citrix and VMware,” he said.
“This will be one of our major projects and there are a number of verticals we can target. We are looking at minimum 30 to 40 per cent growth.”
Nand said NetOpt was talking to a number of resellers in various states.
"We are looking for resellers that provide services to anything from small, to mid, to large enterprises,” he said.
“That can be government or financial institutions and someone that provides total hardware and software service delivery as well.
“We have got some large customers for instance Toyota in Japan. They use ProPalm to deliver applications on iPad, Windows and android devices.
Nand said ProPalm used a zero client, which needed no software of maintenance, that was very attractive to the public sector.
“This will complement our existing lineup and we will introduce a few complementary products in the coming months.”
ProPalms chief executive, Owen Dukes, said he was thrilled to have a respected partner like NetOpt on board to grow market share in the region.
“With their focus very much on mobility we know the Propalms product range will be a perfect fit," he said.
"We here at Propalms are looking forward to our future together.”
Propalms Limited is a global provider of application delivery and secure remote access solutions for terminal services and virtual desktop infrastructures.