Another Desktop Virtualization Player Enters The Market: Meet Propalms

Propalms haso announced that it will be entering the desktop virtualization market in 2008 with the launch of its Virtual Desktop Manager technology within its new TSE product. Analyst firm IDC predicts the market for desktop virtualization software will be near $2 billion by 2011, with major players such as Microsoft, VMware, Citrix and SWsoft involved.

“We are pleased to be entering the desktop virtualization market in 2008 and excited about the opportunities this will open up for Propalms TSE by adding this technology. We believe our history of delivering tried and tested application delivery solutions to the server-based computing market gives us a key edge in this space and will allow us to be at the forefront of this market as its growth accelerates over the next year,” stated Owen Dukes, CEO of Propalms.

Propalms recently announced that the Company invoiced $992,383 in sales transactions through the 11 month period ending December 31st, 2007 and project over $1,000,000 for the Fiscal Year ending this month. These sales signify the Company’s accelerated growth, as they have added new customers and expanded the distribution of Propalms TSE. The sales transactions also include increased license renewals and maintenance contracts.

[Via Virtualization Journal ]

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