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NoMachine Joins VMware's Technology Alliance Partner Program

Rome, Italy -18 Feb 2008 NoMachine, leading and award-winning provider of NX desktop virtualization software, announced it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) Program. This brings all the benefits of NoMachine NX software to the virtual suite of VMware, ensuring customers successful remote access to their virtual environments.

VMware's TAP Program enables NoMachine to combine the powers of NX with VMware to provide new solutions to their mutual customers. NoMachine products are optimized for and support VMware's entire line of virtual infrastructure products. This partnership enhances the value of VMware by ensuring NoMachine's powerful NX technology is available to VMware customers for secure remote access to applications and hosted desktops deployed on virtual machines.

As a partner in the VMware TAP Program, NoMachine NX provides a solution in virtual machine environments that together with VMware resources and expertise, delivers a product with enhanced value to their customers. NoMachine provides the desktop virtualization delivery component and continually adds new capabilities and stability to the virtualization environment. This new partnership gives VMware the valuable resource of NX technology to improve their method for delivering applications from centralized servers.

“As more and more enterprises look to the advantages of hosted applications and virtual environments, they need to provide efficient connectivity combined with user-friendly technology,” says Sarah Dryell, Business Development Manager of NoMachine. “By working with VMware and joining the Technology Alliance Partner Program, we can better serve our joint customers by integrating the powers of NoMachine NX and VMware Infrastructure 3. NoMachine NX is the perfect vehicle to deliver secure remote access and hosted desktop deployment in the virtual environment.”

As a VMware technology partner, NoMachine will continue to enhance the ability of NX to work securely and successfully with VMware products. Beginning today, all NoMachine products are fully supported running in VMware virtual environments.

More information about NoMachine's support for VMware products is available at nomachine.com. For more information on VMware's TAP Program please visit vmware.com.


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