Lenovo’s Client Virtualization Platform (CVP) will be the base technology for customer solutions shipping with Lenovo PC products later this year. Lenovo’s Client Virtualization Platform uses the latest hardware features to isolate applications. These applications provide improved internet security and manageability, while minimizing the impact on performance. At Intel’s Developer Forum in Shanghai, Lenovo made the first public demonstration of solutions based on this technology. Lenovo’s platform uses Intel Virtualization technology to help to bring similar benefits to PC clients with near native performance and full Windows PC experience.
“Our new client virtualization technology underscores Lenovo’s commitment to innovation,” said George He, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Lenovo. “Our leadership in PC virtualization will enable us to optimize PC systems for virtualized applications and give our customers access to more efficient, more stable, and better performing virtualization solutions in the near future.”
“Intel and Lenovo have worked closely on optimizing virtualization for several years,” said Gregory Bryant, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Office Platform Division. “By taking advantage of Intel’s Virtualization Technologies, Lenovo’s Client Virtualization Platform is able to bring new levels of security and manageability to customers.”
[Source: Tarry Singh]