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2X ApplicationServer XG Recognized for Excellence with 2013 Editor's Choice Award from Virtualization Review

DALLAS, January 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Virtualization Review today announced that 2X ApplicationServer XG is an Editor's Choice recipient in the Virtualization Review Annual Reader's Choice Awards. Virtualization Review is the first and only print publication solely devoted to IT virtualization.  2X ApplicationServer XG was recognized by the Editor for its excellence in Virtual Desktop and Application Delivery.

2X ApplicationServer XG, combines the best in application delivery, remote desktop services (RDSH) and virtual desktop (VDI) management by allowing administrators to publish applications and virtual desktops from an all-in-one platform.  Hypervisor independent, 2X ApplicationServer XG supports Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix Xen, VMware, Parallels and more.

Enhanced capabilities include simplified configuration and management, powerful universal printing and scanning functionality, load balancing and mobile device support with the free 2X Client for RDP/Remote Desktop available for Mac, Android, iOS and BlackBerry PlayBook.

"We are delighted to kick off the New Year with the Virtualization Review Editor's Choice Award," said Nikolaos Makris, CEO, 2X Software "this is recognition from a leading publication that 2X ApplicationServer XG offers a real alternative to other VDI vendors with a simple, scalable and affordable Virtualization product.  We have more exciting new features planned for 2013."

"A lot of vendors are shooting for the same goals, but in different ways. That's where the annual Virtualization Review Reader's Choice Awards and Ultimate Buyer's Guide enables users to assess hundreds of products in one, central location," said Bruce Hoard, editor in chief of Virtualization Review.

The winners are highlighted in the December 2012/January 2013 issue. A downloadable PDF of the article is also available at VirtualizationReview.com.

About Virtualization Review

1105 Enterprise Computing Group's Virtualization Review is the independent guide to the products, vendors, issues and technologies transforming IT through virtualization and cloud computing. Virtualization Review is the only print publication specifically targeting those IT executives, directors and administrators on the leading edge of this revolution.

http://www.virtualizationreview.com.

About 2X Software

2X Software is a global leader in desktop and application delivery, remote access and corporate mobility. Thousands of enterprises worldwide trust in the reliability and scalability of 2X products. Cloud computing is shifting from a competitive advantage to an operational necessity. 2X offers a range of solutions to make the leap to cloud computing simple and affordable.

http://www.2x.com

Contact Caroline Stokes on +44(0)845-222-0425, email [email protected].


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