Packaged Virtualized Desktop Solution, vThere, Enables PC Users to Perform Their Jobs With Ease, Flexibility and Mobility
ANDOVER, Mass., March 20 -- Sentillion, Inc., with its packaged desktop virtualization solution, vThere, has been included in the list of "Cool Vendors" in the "Cool Vendors in PC Technologies" report by Gartner, Inc. written by Brian Gammage, et al., March 7, 2007. The five vendors listed in the report provide products "that enable PC users to perform their jobs with ease, flexibility and mobility."
According to the March 2007 report, "New innovations in virtualization will continue to advance capabilities to provide managed environments on 'hostile' PCs." vThere is a packaged virtualized desktop solution that leverages virtualization technology to create a corporate managed secure end- point that runs on any contemporary Microsoft® Windows®-based workstation. End-points at remote locations, such as a virtual call center agent's or teleworker's home office, are secured and controlled by creating corporate virtual computers, which run on, but are isolated from, the underlying unmanaged PC. In contrast to server-based virtual desktop solutions, vThere does not require any additional servers because the virtualized desktop executes on the host PC.
Remote workers, including teleworkers, virtual call center employees, contractors, business partners, or temporarily displaced employees, require access to corporate applications and data in order to be productive. This presents serious technology and security challenges because the IT department has the added responsibility of deploying and managing remote desktops, while also trying to navigate the complex security challenges associated with remote access into the enterprise. vThere is designed to help organizations overcome these challenges in a simple, cost-effective and secure manner. For example, vthere.net/, a web service hosted by Sentillion, enables the centralized distribution of vThere virtual computers and also provides for the centralized revocation of vThere virtual computers from people who are no longer authorized to use them.
"We believe the Gartner report mirrors what we have been seeing in the market -- that packaged desktop virtualization can deliver immediate ROI and help organizations in all industries over come the challenges associated with traditional remote access solutions," said Paul Roscoe, president, Sentillion vBusiness. "vThere provides remote users with the same operating system, application access, user experience and security as if they were physically within the enterprise."
Recently, vThere has also received other industry recognition, including most notably being awarded RSA Secured® certification with RSA SecurID® and being named Best of Show for software innovation at the 2006 CompTIA SMB Summit.
About Sentillion vBusiness
Sentillion vBusiness was founded on the belief that physical boundaries should not compromise or limit business operations and user experience. Sentillion vBusiness' flagship product, vThere(TM) is the first virtualized, server-less approach to remote access. vThere provides organizations with the ability to deliver exactly the same application access, user experience and level of security as when the user is physically within the enterprise, without the need for a server-based infrastructure. Recent industry accolades for vThere include being named Best of Show for software innovation at the 2006 CompTIA SMB Summit.
Sentillion vBusiness, which provides virtualization solutions to all industries, is a division of Sentillion, Inc., the leading provider of identity and access management solutions for the healthcare industry. Sentillion is a privately held company headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts. For more information, visit Sentillion vBusiness at http://vthere.net/.
Source: Sentillion, Inc.
CONTACT: Jennifer Haas of Sentillion, +1-978-689-9095 ext. 262, email@example.com
Web site: http://vthere.net/