In response to existing customers and Fortune 500 companies, Win4Lin Terminal Server includes the following exciting features:
- WTS completes the last 20% of the software stack, Windows application support. In addition, users making the switch to Linux can consolidate their Windows desktop OS on centrally managed application servers, and even re-deploy them to the Web.
- Profile-based Provisioning facilitates deployment of Windows user sessions in seconds rather, than hours or days.
- Remote login clients are easily downloaded and installed on client machines.
- NeTraverse technology allows transparent WAN printing using a Windows or Linux client
- GUI administrative and configuration tools have low learning curve and improve administrator productivity.
- WTS now supports the 2.6 Linux kernel which makes WTS very scalable on low cost x86 PCs.
- Centralizes administration of desktop computing environment.
WTS 3.0 is a huge leap forward for the Linux community as it is the first easy-to-use, scalable and secure way to integrate desktop provisioning into a network-centric delivery model, said Jim Curtin, President and CEO of NeTraverse. Organizations can now make a larger commitment to Linux and Web Services knowing that they can host their legacy Windows environments on Linux-based virtual access software.
Virtual Access Software solutions have been hindered on Linux due to the lack of a user-friendly equivalent to Citrix. By enabling a Linux server to serve Windows applications, NeTraverse allows organizations to wean themselves off the expensive Microsoft server franchise in favor of an end-to-end Linux environment.
For more detailed information on the WTS feature set visit www.netraverse.com/products/wts/.
For more information on purchasing Win4Lin Terminal Server, please contact NeTraverse at email@example.com.