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Virtual Computer expands into Asia Pacific

09 Nov 09

Due to global demand, virtualisation specialists Virtual Computer, Inc. today announced its expansion into Asia Pacific.


Known for its NxTop solution that combines a centralised management console with PC virtualisation technology, the company aims to help end users reduce costs and improving security.


The company is looking to partner with VARs to deliver the solution to IT administrators throughout the region. A number of VARs in Australia and Asia Pacific have already seen strong demand for the PC lifecycle management solution based on ‘bare-metal’ client virtualisation.


VARs in the region who have already partnered with Virtual Computer include: BEarena, RDA Group, BizCarta, KeyTrust, Seccom Global, Dataflex, BTG New Zealand and ASE IT Networks.

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