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Desktop Virtualization: Lenovo launches Client Virtualization Platform (CVP)


“Our new client virtualisation technology underscores Lenovo's commitment to innovation,” said George He, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Lenovo. “Our leadership in PC virtualisation will enable us to optimise PC systems for virtualised applications and give our customers access to more efficient, more stable and better performing virtualisation solutions in the near future.”

In contrast with the standardisation of PC hardware, the application software environment is becoming increasingly complex, vulnerable and costly to manage for both commercial enterprises and consumers. Lenovo’s Client Virtualization Platform will enable and accelerate the deployment of a variety of innovative commercial and consumer applications that insulate customers from complexity, while improving performance and reducing cost.

Shared Shaopeng Chen, senior vice president and president, Greater China and Russia Geo, Lenovo, “Customers are asking for new solutions to everyday computing challenges like secure e-commerce and isolation of enterprise applications, and this client virtualisation technology will allow us to deliver even more innovative new products.”



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