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Additionally, the virtual web desktop platform provides new opportunities for OEMs, telecoms and ISVs to provide a turnkey cloud service solution based on ZeroDesktop's Cloud OS infrastructure to their subscribers and end-users.
The Rackspace hosted virtual desktop platform uniquely combines RackConnect[R], best-of-breed partner solutions and Fanatical Support[R] to deliver an unmatched solution in the marketplace.
Designed for physical or virtual desktop platforms, RES PowerFuse enables organizations to transform traditional desktops into dynamic user workspaces, minimizing the amount of resources necessary to manage these environments and ensuring end-user productivity and satisfaction.
The introduction of the new AMD Mainstream Desktop Platform coupled with Windows 7, allows end users to enjoy their digital entertainment with a faster, higher performing experience at an attractive price point.
Adoption of the Softricity Desktop platform has reached a critical mass," said David Greschler, co-founder and VP of marketing, Softricity.
Partners ATI, NVIDIA, SiS, ULi and VIA will be offering a broad range of PCI Express solutions for AMD64 desktop platforms.
With its complete set of standards-based video networking infrastructure and developer toolkits for voice, video, data and wireless communications, RADVISION is driving the unified communications evolution by combining the power of video, voice, data and wireless - for high definition video conferencing systems, innovative converged mobile services, and highly scalable video-enabled desktop platforms on IP, 3G and emerging next-generation IMS networks.
With its enhanced I/O capabilities, the Intel 820E Chipset provides greater system flexibility to computer manufacturers and integrators," says Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel's Desktop Platforms Group.