LINKÖPING, Sweden, July 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Cendio AB today announces a new and exciting user of its flagship product ThinLinc. It is a manufacturing organization in Beijing, China that has selected Cendio's ThinLinc Linux Terminal Server solution for remote access to their demanding 3D OpenGL applications.
"We are very pleased to welcome another OpenGL/VirtualGL customer to the ThinLinc user community. This customer had an immediate need to find a solution for secure and remote access to their demanding HPC 3D OpenGL applications, that we together could solve" - says Johan Igheimer, CEO at Cendio. Igheimer continues; "The fact that this sale also has been handled by our new partner Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd makes this order even more exciting."
Cendio's flagship product ThinLinc provides features which are not available in any other Linux Terminal Server solution on the market. ThinLinc offers high-performance remote HPC-based 3D OpenGL graphics rendering, audio/video streaming, fully supported Flash and many more features that are required by the Terminal Server users of today. ThinLinc is a software-based thin client solution supporting all major Linux distributions, as well as Solaris on Sparc.
About Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd
Beijing Hotsim Technology Co., Ltd is a system integration company with a focus on HPC (high performance computing) and cloud computing. Hotsim works in close cooperation with IBM, HP, SGI and other hardware vendors. Hotsim is also a partner of Platform and Eucalyptus. Hotsim's customers include aerospace, aeronautics, manufacturing and the oil industry.
For more information about Hotsim, see http://www.hotsim.com.cn/chinese/default.asp
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 helps users access enterprise and mission-critical applications running on a broad range of Linux/Unix, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Virtual Desktops (VDI) platforms. Cendio ThinLinc customers include DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Uppsala University, UERJ - Rio De Janeiro state University, Saab Aerosystems, SCA and Wärtsilä.
For more information about Cendio, see http://www.cendio.com
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For more information please contact:
email: johan.igheimer at cendio.com
SOURCE Cendio AB