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May 24, 2011

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Pano Logic Offers Citrix VDI Certification to Partner Base

A little more than a year ago, Pano Logic launched Pano Express, a VDI solution sold through VMware channels. Then, in January 2011, the company launched Pano System 4, supporting VDI through a range of hypervisors including Citrix (as a beta). Now, Pano Logic is bringing official Citrix VDI certification to its partners. Read on for the details …

Pano Logic plans to debut the Citrix VDI certification program this week at the 2011 Citrix Synergy event, and the program will educate partners on selling Pano System’s solutions built on Citrix XenDesktop. In addition, partners can have access to the Pano Logic Redbook, a guide that helps partners understand architectural differences and scalability capabilities across other platforms including VMware, Microsoft and others. In addition, a blueprint for deploying Pano Logic on XenDesktop 4, 5, XenServer, ESX, ESXi or even vSphere hypervisors will be provided.

Pano Logic’s addition of Citrix VDI certification comes as the company strives to offer a completely cross-platform virtualization system. Much of its claim to fame comes from its ability to integrate with popular VDI management systems, while also providing a true zero-client. No moving parts in a super-tiny box.

Interested partners can check out the tech brief, Pano System on XenDesktop, which offers more granular detail about the capabilities of Citrix VDI and Pano Logic. Bottom line for the channel is short and sweet: It’s about your bottom line — more compatibility means greater flexibility and the likelihood of new or deeper VDI deployments.

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