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Web-based Computing Through Chrome Browser Sessions

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Pano Logic, today announced Pano System for Cloud, a low cost desktop computing platform for organizations moving to web-based applications. PanoSystem for Cloud eliminates the need for a local operating system and central processing unit and delivers web-based computing, using Google’s Chrome browser as the interface.

The platform centralizes all computing activities in the cloud; end users see a familiar browser interface and use software-as-a-service (SaaS)solutions or web-based applications to do their work. The new platform also strips awaycostly infrastructure layers including software licensing, expensive SAN or NAS hardware and ongoing operational expenses. 

on one $999 perpetual server license supporting 200 users, plus any Pano powered zero client such as theaward-winning zero client cube, a repurposed PC or thin client using Pano Virtual Client Software, or the Fujitsu zero client monitor.

Pano System for Cloud is an extension of the core technology in Pano System for VDI. Pano’s VDI platform is a complete end-to-end, hardware-and-software virtual desktop solution that independently interoperates with all three leading hypervisors (vSphere, XenServer, Hyper-V) and their management systems (VMware View, XenDesktop, Microsoft SCVMM).

For more information, visit www.Panologic.com/Pano-System/Cloud.

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