VMblog spoke with Pete Downing of XenTegra while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event in Silicon Valley. Downing shared his expertise on the evolution of thin clients and VDI, how Linux is becoming more accepted and a great way to connect to Citrix or SaaS to minimize management overhead, and how his company is partnering with companies like IGEL Technology and Citrix. XenTegra is an expert provider of integrated digital workspace consulting, managed services, hosting and education.
VMblog speaks with NVIDIA during the IGEL Disrupt 2019 event in San Jose, CA.
NVIDIA has been working with VMware for many years offering their virtualization graphics technology. And now, NVIDIA is working with IGEL to help their users have the best experience possible and handle graphic intensive applications.
The partnership between IGEL and NVIDIA is going to really drive the VDI and internet of things market. Recent collaboration puts the IGEL OS on a 64-bit ARM-based NVIDIA Jetson platform.
Watch their demo that showcases the difference between a machine with and without a NVIDIA VGPU.
VMblog speaks with Robert Green CTO of Dizzion while at the IGEL DisruptEUC event in San Jose. Watch as Green talks about the company's technology, how they partner with IGEL using their zLink device which provides a direct, secure connection to Dizzion's Cloud Desktop service. And he talks about the growth of VDI and the EUC market and how that's affected Dizzion.
Hear from Jessica Rosen, the vendor business manager for IGEL Technology and Citrix at Ingram Micro. Come learn how Ingram Micro partners with IGEL and Citrix to share value to its customers, partners and resellers. And learn how EUC market growth has affected what Ingram Micro is doing in this space.
Simon Townsend of IGEL shares a recap from DISRUPT in Munich, talks about the growth of both the EUC market and IGEL and its technologies and partnerships. Townsend also talks about how Microsoft is validating the VDI and DaaS market with the announced Windows Virtual Desktop and their acquisition of FSLogix. And even more!
VMblog spoke with LG Business Solutions while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event taking place in Silicon Valley.
Watch and learn more about LG displays and how they are working with IGEL Technology to provide their displays with IGEL's operating system on the Linux side.
VMblog spoke with ControlUp while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event taking place in Silicon Valley. ControlUp is a leading IT Management and IT Monitoring solution.
Watch this video to learn more about the company and how they are working with IGEL Technology. And stick around to watch a demo of the product.
VMblog spoke with Lakeside Software while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event taking place in Silicon Valley.
Watch and learn as Patricia Diaz-Hymes, Head of Product Marketing at Lakeside talks about the company's workspace analytics technology and explains the IGEL and Lakeside partnership.
Jed Ayres talks about the leadership position that IGEL has taken in the EUC market, the disruption they are causing in this space with their software-defined solution, and their partner community and ecosystem that is working together to push the end user computing market forward. With nearly 30 sponsors on site, there is a lot of great technology on display at the show. And IGEL is making a number of announcements during DISRUPT which Jed describes, and he also discusses a number of important partnerships and activities taking place.
IGEL has also launched a new contest - the "I Challenge Everything" contest in which it will give away an all-electric Porsche Taycan or cash equivalent.
Visit http://www.ichallengeeverything.com/ and use CODE: VMBLOG to enter.
VMblog spoke with CloudJumper while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event taking place in Silicon Valley. CloudJumper is a software and services company in the Cloud Workspace and RDS enablement markets.
CloudJumper Partners can select either CloudJumper’s full-service Cloud Workspace platform, or roll their own platform using CloudJumper’s award winning Cloud Workspace Management Suite (CWMS) software. CWMS automates delivery of hosted Windows desktops, application services, and Microsoft workloads. It allows IT service managers to deliver app streaming, VDI, DaaS and WaaS with minimal labor, lower costs, and faster delivery times.