AppZero Extends OS-free Application Virtualization Technology on the desktop, announces partnership with stoneware Inc.

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AppZero Extends OS-free Application Virtualization Technology on the desktop, announces partnership with stoneware Inc.

Andover, Mass. (Business Wire) 27 October 2010

AppZero today announced expansion of its OS-free application virtualization technology on the desktop. First to Market with technology, the server applications such as Virtual Application Appliances (Vaas) packages – pre-installed, preconfigured applications on a running operating system (OS) are run – AppZero is the only tool for server-side decoupling applications from operating systems.

VAA approach allows applications running on physical or virtual machines, just between the data center and cloud infrastructure, and drew back, without cloud lock-in. AppZero AAD’s technology is now available as a client-side Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) for Windows and Linux desktops.


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discussion in motion, AppZero CEO Greg O’Connor, “Our core business differentiator continue our ability to the complex challenges of server-side application virtualization and provisioning. AppZero the only technology is to decouple server-side applications in Windows and Linux operating systems. However, it is useful that ability to the relatively simple task more to extend from desktop provisioning. In the desktop segment, we expect interest in our ability to virtualize applications, but we are on low price includes both carrots and sticks. “

same time, the company announced a strategic partnership with stoneware, Inc., an innovative provider of web-based delivery in the private cloud computing centers. Rick German, CEO of Stoneware noticed, Inc. “Our products enable companies to rethink their client technology purchases, as they move to web-based delivery of the data center but we have to know realistic enough that even our customers. transition to Web-based delivery to make the Windows desktop will not disappear. AppZero offers us a cost effective way to deploy Windows applications in a fluid computing environment. “

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O’Connor added: “In announcing our move to the desktop with the same stoneware partnership a good sign of things to come, and a quick validation of the technology.”


About

AppZero

AppZero develops software for creating, monitoring and maintaining appliances Virtual Application (Vaas), OS-free server and client-side application devices that make use of Windows and Linux applications as services provisioning almost immediately: a network to any server (physical or virtual) in the data center or hosted in the cloud. For more information, visit http://www.AppZero.com, or call 866.980-2770 (866.980 – APP0)

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About Stoneware, Inc.

headquartered in Indianapolis, Stoneware private companies who deliver innovative software that enables companies to deliver their users with Web-enabled delivery of information technology (IT) applications, services and data. Although applicable to any industry, the company has experienced significant successes in education, manufacturing, healthcare, legal and financial services. For more information about Stoneware, company and product names line, visit or call 888.473.9485 http://www.stone-ware.com.

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