PBG Networks leverages clouDevice virtual desktop devices

Interphase Corporation announced today that its clouDevice(TM) desktop virtualization portfolio is now available from PBG Networks, a systems integration firm specializing in virtualization.
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Interphase Corporation announced today that its clouDevice(TM) desktop virtualization portfolio is now available from PBG Networks, a systems integration firm specializing in virtualization. PBG Networks has introduced a new customized version of clouDevice virtual desktop clients which is designed to serve the cloud computing needs of the K-12 education community. The PBG K12Cloud client bundles a clouDevice client with various application access, virtualization, and security services to enable school IT directors to safely employ educational applications deployed in a public or private cloud.

"By leveraging the clouDevice technology, which offers an affordable and innovative substitute for traditional desktop computers, PBG has created the K12Cloud, a cloud services solution that meets the specific needs of K-12 school systems," said Scott Brousseau, Senior VP & CTO of PBG Networks.

The PBG K12Cloud client solution will be displayed at the NJASA Techspo next week, January 26-27, at Bally's Atlantic City.

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