Citrix hopes QuickTree acquisition will bring Web 2.0 apps closer to business

Antony Savvas

Citrix Systems says it will bring Web 2.0 applications closer to the enterprise with the acquisition of QuickTree.

QuickTree products aim to solve the security and performance challenges of XML and web services.

Citrix said the acquisition will strengthen its end-to-end application delivery infrastructure by enabling it to incorporate more robust XML processing capabilities across the Citrix application networking product line.

This product line includes Citrix NetScaler, Citrix WanScaler and Citrix Access Gateway, and is focused on the acceleration, optimisation and secure accessibility of applications.

QuickTree employees, including CEO, Raghu Bathina, will join Citrix teams in Santa Clara, California and Bangalore, India, as part of the firm's Application Networking Group.

The value of the acquisition has not been disclosed.

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