Sentillion has launched a strategic business unit focused on delivering virtualised software systems.
The new Sentillion vBusiness has been founded on the principle that physical boundaries should not compromise or limit business operations and user experiences. Sentillion says that vBusiness virtualisation solutions will provide the capability for business functions and the people who implement them to do so from anywhere in the world with a level of security and performance as if they were physically within the enterprise.
To mark the new division's foray into the virtualisation arena, the vBusiness unit has launched vThere. The product is a virtualised remote access solution, which the company says will provide organisations with the ability to deliver a software-only personal computer to provide exactly the same application access, user experience and level of security as when the user is physically within the enterprise, but without the need for server-based infrastructure.
"The need for a solution that can provide the same user experience without sacrificing security and performance is paramount," says Robert Seliger, CEO of Sentillion.