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Citrix XenServer Now Factory Integrated on Dell PowerEdge Servers

SANTA CLARA, CA – May 7, 2008 – Citrix® Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:CTXS), the global leader in application delivery infrastructure, today announced the availability of Citrix XenServer™ factory integrated on Dell PowerEdge™ servers. Building on the announcement made on October 23, 2007, Citrix and Dell Inc. have partnered to make server virtualization technology a reality for customers of all sizes. The initial products now available to Dell customers worldwide include the Citrix XenServer Dell Express Edition and Citrix XenServer Dell Enterprise Edition as part of factory-integrated solutions designed to make it even easier for customers to begin implementing their virtualization strategies. The Citrix XenServer Dell products are the only virtualization solutions to feature integrated Dell management agent technology. As a result, customers can use the same familiar Dell OpenManage System Management software on their existing Dell servers to help increase server and storage utilization. By coupling Citrix XenServer with Dell’s PowerEdge servers, the companies bring built-in, easy-to-use virtual machine installation and management to millions of Dell customers worldwide.

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Citrix XenServer is a simple, efficient way to virtualize servers and help deliver a dynamic data center—a flexible, aggregated pool of computing and storage resources. By factory-integrating Citrix XenServer into Dell PowerEdge platforms, Citrix and Dell will provide a simpler deployment and management environment that speeds adoption of flexible, cost-saving server virtualization technology, making it the optimal choice for virtualization on Dell systems. Highlights include:

  • Quick Start-up – An embedded hypervisor and intuitive interface into Citrix XenServer Dell products ensure easy installation.

  • OpenManage Integration The only virtualization solution integrated with Dell OpenManage, Citrix XenServer management console allows users to monitor and manage physical and virtual machines from a single console, with simple drag and drop controls.

  • High performance – With a thin layer of code, true 64-bit hypervisor architecture and full use of hardware virtualization optimization from Intel® and AMD®, Citrix XenServer enables customers to realize full performance with little overhead.

  • Cost-effective Live Migration – The XenServer Dell Enterprise Edition does not require additional management licenses or hardware, and upgrades are as simple as a license key. As a result, advanced virtualization features unique to Citrix XenServer, such as live migration on Dell’s MD3000 direct attached storage arrays, are more accessible and simpler to use.

Dell is dedicated to simplifying IT for our customers and our partnership with Citrix enables us to further ease the complexity of virtualization,” said Rick Becker, vice president of solutions, Dell Product Group. “The power of Citrix virtualization software with the affordability of Dell solutions can help customers quickly leverage virtualization technology with minimal risk and immediate return-on-investment, while knowing they can easily upgrade to a larger solution as their requirements increase.”

End-to-End Virtualization

After implementing Citrix XenServer, Dell customers can easily take advantage of Citrix’s application and desktop virtualization solutions to make their IT infrastructure more flexible and dynamic. Citrix XenApp™ for application virtualization stores all Windows applications in a single central store in the datacenter and delivers them to end users on-demand via innovative application virtualization technology. Citrix XenDesktop™, scheduled to be available May 20, is the industry’s first comprehensive, fully integrated desktop delivery system, moving beyond the limitations of existing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) point solutions to ensure the simple, secure, fast delivery of Windows desktops to any office worker over any network.

Citrix XenServer is the simplest and most effective way to virtualize servers for customers of all sizes, but as the only integrated virtualization solution to provide built-in support for Dell OpenManage, we make it even easier for customers to reap the benefits of server virtualization,” said Peter Levine, senior vice president and general manager, Virtualization and Management Division, Citrix. “It is an exciting time for virtualization technology as it becomes a natural extension of the hardware platform, enabling companies of all sizes to easily and affordably increase server and storage utilization, while reducing equipment and energy costs.”

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