2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services Voted VirtualizationAdmin.com Readers’ Choice Award Winner By Giorgio Bonuccelli on | 0
July 29, 2009 – Leading Virtualization resource site, VirtualizationAdmin.com, announced today that the 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services was selected as the winner in the Application Server category of the VirtualizationAdmin.com Readers’ Choice Awards.
"Our Readers’ Choice Awards give visitors the opportunity to vote for the products they view as the best in their respective categories," said Sean Buttigieg, VirtualizationAdmin.com manager. "VirtualizationAdmin.com users are specialists in their field who are knowledgeable of many workplace virtualization solutions. The award serves as a mark of excellence, providing the ultimate symbol of recognition from peers within the industry."
Nikolaos Makris, CEO of 2X Software, stated the company "appreciates the increased attention being given to our ApplicationServer product, a core component of our virtualization product line. By protecting companies from skyrocketing software maintenance and administration costs, the ApplicationServer should help companies conserve their IT budgets for years to come."
Virtualization.com conducts bi-monthly polls to discover which product administrators prefer in a particular category of third party virtualization solutions. The awards draw a huge response per category and are based entirely on visitors’ votes. VirtualizationAdmin.com users can submit their votes for the current Readers' Award poll in the site’s left-hand bar.
About ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services
The 2X ApplicationServer tunnels any Windows application or desktop onto remote computers, including Mac and Linux desktops, without the need to install the application or desktop onto each user's machine. This provides significant savings on administration and support.
- Application publishing, rather than local installation
- Tunneling specific applications rather than a complete desktop
- Publish applications to Web interface
- Publish Windows applications to Linux and Mac
- Multiple monitor support
- Automatic redundancy
- Publish applications based on username, group membership or IP
- Seamless integration with local desktop and taskbar
- SSL secure connection to applications
- Universal printing
- Application license management
- Integration with 2X LoadBalancer
- Windows 2008 Server 32 / 64 bit support
Obtaining the Trial Version
2X is offering a 30-day trial version of 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services. After the 30-day trial period, users can still use the 3-connection free version by registering for the 3-connection license key on the 2X website. Download the trial version today.
2X Software Ltd - 2X - is a company developing software for the booming server-based computing market. Thin client computing controls spiraling PC management costs, centralizes application and desktop management, improves security and performance and allows users to work remotely. The company’s product line includes: 2X ThinClientServer, 2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services/Citrix, 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services and 2X VirtualDesktopServer. 2X is a privately held company with offices in the USA, Germany, UK, Cyprus and Malta. Its management team is backed by years of experience in developing and selling network infrastructure software. 2X is a Microsoft, IBM and VMware partner. For more information visit: http://www.2x.com/.
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