ThinLinc Selected as Preferred Solution for Accessing Remote HPC 3D Applications
Press release date: July 5, 2012
LINKÖPING, Sweden - Cendio AB [http://www.cendio.com] today announces a new and exciting user of its flagship product ThinLinc. It is a manufacturing organization in Beijing, China that has selected Cendio's ThinLinc Linux Terminal Server [http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc] solution for remote access to their demanding 3D OpenGL applications.
"We are very pleased to welcome another OpenGL/VirtualGL customer to the ThinLinc [http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc] user community. This customer had an immediate need to find a solution for secure and remote access to their demanding HPC 3D OpenGL applications, that we together could solve" - says Johan Igheimer, CEO at Cendio. Igheimer continues; "The fact that this sale also has been handled by our new partner Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd makes this order even more exciting."
Cendio's flagship product ThinLinc [http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc] provides features which are not available in any other Linux Terminal Server [http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc] solution on the market. ThinLinc offers high-performance remote HPC-based 3D OpenGL graphics rendering, audio/video streaming, fully supported Flash and many more features that are required by the Terminal Server [http://www.cendio.com/products/thinlinc] users of today. ThinLinc is a software-based thin client solution supporting all major Linux distributions, as well as Solaris on Sparc.
About Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd
Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd is a system integration company with a focus on HPC (high performance computing) and cloud computing. Hotsim works in close cooperation with IBM, HP, SGI and other hardware vendors. Hotsim is also a partner of Platform and Eucalyptus. Hotsim's customers include aerospace, aeronautics, manufacturing and the oil industry.
For more information about Hotsim, see http://www.hotsim.com.cn/chinese/default.asp
Cendio is an enterprise software company offering a Linux Terminal Server solution to enable server-based computing. Organizations use Cendio's product, ThinLinc, to virtualize desktops and applications. Cendio helps users access enterprise and mission-critical applications running on a broad range of Linux/Unix, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Virtual Desktops (VDI) platforms. Cendio ThinLinc customers include DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Uppsala University, UERJ - Rio De Janeiro state University, Saab Aerosystems, SCA and Wärtsilä.
For more information about Cendio, see http://www.cendio.com
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