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5-1-2005

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VMware announced the first open source client for virtual desktop infrastructure, VMware View Open Client which enables IT organizations to safely host user desktops in the datacenter, while letting users access their personalized desktop environments from almost any device, at any time.

Now, VMware is providing VMware View Open Client for partners, enabling them to use VMware View source code to optimize their products to deliver virtual desktops to users. In addition, partners will be able to use the source code to help accelerate the development and delivery of solutions for enterprises to provision and manage thousands of virtual desktops simply, securely and at substantially lower operating costs.

This announcement is another important step in VMware’s vClient Initiative to deliver universal clients – desktops that follow users to any end point while providing a rich personalized experienced that is secure, cost-effective and easy for IT to manage.

VMware View Open Client is available under the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1 (LGPL v 2.1). Some of the features included in this release support secure tunneling using SSL, two factor authentication with RSA SecurID, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Thin Client Add-On RPM package and a full command line interface.

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  1. sister permalink
    6-4-2008 00:56

    Oh and about singing – I love yours…but prefer in english..

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