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New virtual computing options include mobility, security

 HP today expanded its client virtualization offerings.
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HP today expanded its client virtualization offerings. The new offerings, announced at Citrix Synergy 2010, include:

- The HP 4320t Mobile Thin Client provides the mobility of a notebook PC while enabling secure and reliable access to server-based virtual or blade PC computing solutions.
- HP's desk-based thin client line now features expanded multimedia capabilities.
- HP has worked with Citrix to develop new virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) reference architectures for XenDesktop and XenServer that help reduce the threat of potential data loss or theft, lower the complexity and cost of desktop management, and provide end-users with the functionality of a stand-alone desktop.
- The HP Compaq Elite 8000 Business Desktop and HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC are the first Citrix Ready platforms expected to support the recently announced Citrix XenClient hypervisor technology.

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