ClearCube Ships Cloud Desktop 9520
Provides secure, remote access to VMware View virtual desktops.
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ClearCube Technology has released the company’s virtual private network (VPN)-enabled, zero client with PCoIP technology. The Cloud Desktop 9520 enables secure remote access to VMware View virtual desktops and offers a secure, simple, and affordable way for teleworkers and remote employees to connect to a corporate desktop.
The Cloud Desktop 9520 gives remote employees access to a VMware View virtual desktop, allowing them to complete tasks as if they were sitting in the office. The Cloud Desktop 9520 doesn’t have an operating system or local storage; therefore, corporate data is securely stored in the data center -- ensuring that sensitive company information is never compromised.
ClientCube, a fully-integrated secure Keyboard-Video-Mouse (KVM) and VMware-Ready Zero Client solution for multi-domain environments, is the result of a strategic partnership with Belkin. ClearCube’s ClientCube is the first endpoint that consolidates multiple networks into one device at the desktop while maintaining physical network separation to centralized computing resources in the data center. VMware View and ClearCube Blade Workstations can now be isolated and secured in the data center without compromising the user experience or network security at the desktop.
Cloud Desktop 9520 and ClientCube are now generally available and currently shipping to customers worldwide. For pricing information, please contact 1-866-652-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available at www.clearcube.com.