Pano Logic Supports VMware View, XenDesktop in Pano System 5
Pano Logic is giving its tiny, cube-shaped zero clients yet another round of upgrades and compatibility improvements. This time, Citrix XenDesktop and VMware View will be fully supported platforms for virtualization, thanks to Pano System 5. Read on for the details on Pano Logic’s vendor-agnostic virtualization box …
Pano Logic is continuing to support as many virtualization platforms as possible in as many different ways. Pano System 5 reflects that goal, with an eye on scalability as well as interoperability. Pano System 5 comes with the new Pano System Controller, which has been designed to be a “modular … flexible virtual appliance” that works in tandem with a user’s desktop broker and hypervisors including the previously mentioned Citrix and VMware view. But it also supports ESX, XenServer, and Hyper V. Additionally, System 5 brings Pano Maestro, which allows IT admins visibility into mixed virtualization deployments.
The entire Pano Logic package has received an overhaul of the GUI and plethora of software enhancements, promising both reduced network bandwidth and overall improved video quality. According to Pano Logic, the solution is ideal for enterprises that need a more central virtual desktop infrastructure with deep visibility, regardless of the virtualization platform being used or the level of complexity in deployment.
Pano System 5 is now available. For a complete rundown on what it can offer you, check it out here. While you’re at it, be sure also to check out Pano Logic’s recent moves with its SMB zero client packages.