LINKÖPING, Sweden, September 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Cendio AB today announces the first strategic customer win under its new competitive replacement program (http://www.cendio.com/replacement). It is LTU - Luleå University of Technology that is using the possibility to replace their existing Oracle Sun Ray installation with Cendio's ThinLinc Linux Terminal Server solution.
"We are very pleased to welcome LTU - Luleå University of Technology to the ThinLinc user community. This is showing that our competitive replacement program is really attractive and that ThinLinc is fully functional and developed for Technical Universities," - says Hans Leidebring Director of Sales at Cendio
"Luleå University of Technology was in the need of a new thin client solution. We decided to go with Cendio's ThinLinc solution after a thorough technical and commercial evaluation," - says Bernt Granbacke Service Manager LTU - Luleå University of Technology
ThinLinc provides features which are not available in any other Linux Terminal Server solution on the market. ThinLinc offers high-performance audio/video streaming, fully supported Flash and many more features that are required in today's technical educational facilities.
You can now migrate seamlessly and at your own pace by having ThinLinc installed and running on your Sun Ray server at the same time as you are still running your Sun Ray software.
ThinLinc is a software-based thin client solution supporting all major Linux distributions, as well as Solaris on Sparc.
EDU institutions globally can now receive up to 75% discount under this new global and permanent incentive program. For more details please see: http://www.cendio.com/replacement
About Luleå University of Technology
Luleå University of Technology has an annual turnover of EUR 160 million. Today the University has 1,500 employees and 16,000 students. Research is carried out in close cooperation with companies such as Shell, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, Airbus, Volvo Aero and IBM and with the University's international partners such as Monash University and Stanford University. This research has a turnover of more than EUR 90 million.
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 is helping users to access enterprise mission-critical applications running on a broad range of Linux/Unix, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Virtual Desktops (VDI) platforms. Cendio ThinLinc customers are including DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Uppsala University, UERJ - Rio De Janeiro state University, Saab Aerosystems, SCA and Wärtsilä.
For more information please contact:
LTU - Luleå University of Technology
Director Sales & Marketing
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SOURCE Cendio AB