Articles Tagged with Pano Logic

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Pano Logic Steals Cloud Client Mantel from Wyse

DesktopVirtualizationThe IT world is forever creating catchy new terms to label technologies in the hope that it will better communicate some vital marketing message. Sometimes this approach works, with few exceptions everybody understands what is meant by “thin client” and “zero client” even when the details of the implementation are wildly different – a Dell Wyse Xenith 2 zero client and a Pano Logic G2M zero client may have widely diverging approaches to delivering a zero configuration plug and play experience, but their appliance-like nature  and operational benefits are the same. Sometimes it doesn’t; regardless of the merit of the technology it describes, type 0 hypervisor  is a term that should be banished from any technical dictionary. And sometimes its too soon to tell. Microvisor is a term used to describe two very different virtualization technologies offered by Bromium and OK Labs that could conceivably compete in the same marketplace at some point in the future. So what about “Cloud Client”? Wikipedia does a good job of defining Cloud Client

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Pano Logic delivers Hyper-V support in Pano System 3.5

Pano Logic announced today the release of Pano System 3.5, which adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V the alongside VMware vSphere.
Every new product release tells the story, not only do we get to learn about how a vendor’s marketing department wants others to see its products, but we also learn how that vendor sees its marketplace.  Today’s release by Pano Logic of Pano System 3.5 is a case in point.  The most significant new feature, certainly the one that Pano Logic are drawing the most attention to in Pano System 3.5 is support for Microsoft Hyper-V alongside VMware vSphere.  It is interesting to see a startup like Pano Logic devoting its resources not to additional functionality, but instead to improving cross-platform compatibility.  Pano Logic must be closely monitoring Microsoft’s market share in its target markets and recognizing an opportunity to squeeze out VMware View, and compete head-on with the likes of Quest vWorkspace and Kaviza VDI-in-a-Box in the SMB market.

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