The monetary details of this transaction are undisclosed.
“Customers are looking to modernize their existing Windows application delivery architecture to be more like mobile IT,” said Sumit Dhawan, SVP and GM, Desktop Products, End-User Computing, VMware, in a press release. “The combination of CloudVolumes and VMware Horizon will allow customers to build a real-time application delivery system that enables all applications to be centrally managed, always available and up-to-date, and delivered to virtualized environments for desktop, server or cloud on-demand.”
“Customers are looking for game changing solutions,” shared Raj Parekh, CEO, CloudVolumes, in a press release. “By bringing together CloudVolumes and VMware, we will be able to deliver winning technology solutions for the desktop and beyond, that few competitors can match.”
VMware says, by adding CloudVolumes to VMware computing portfolio, customers of VMware Horizon 6 can save on cost and application infrastructure, which can change the game for desktop virtualization by improving application delivery and performance.
Through CloudVolumes, VMware will create real-time application delivery in end-user computing, data centre and cloud services.
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