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SIMtone and Cloud Computing: Unleashes Universal Cloud Computing platform, Wireless zero touch CC Terminal and lots more!

Cloud Computing will hyperccelerate the advance of the convergence of Business and IT. Expect more of such vendors to come out in the open and claim pieces of this ever enlarging pie.

Today, SIMtone Corporation, a privately held company delivering the next cloud computing paradigm, announced the following product and service offerings including the new SNAPbook -- the industry's first wireless-ready, zero-touch portable WiFi SIMtone terminal that can be used to access on-demand any virtual desktop and other cloud computing services powered by the SIMtone platform.
  • SIMtone Delivers Industry's First End-to-End Universal Cloud Computing Platform -- The SIMtone Universal Cloud Computing Platform enables multiple cloud services, such as "PCs in the Cloud," virtual desktops, DaaS and SaaS, or Web services to be hosted and managed simply, securely and inexpensively in any data center, and ubiquitously accessible by end-users with a single user ID, on-demand and on-the-fly, via any device, on any broadband connection, and without requiring a computer at the edge. The SIMtone platform allows network operators and their business customers to quickly build and ubiquitously deliver highly scalable, secure and very low-cost cloud computing services such as virtual desktops, DaaS, SaaS applications, and other Web services to anyone, anywhere, on-demand and on-the-fly.
  • SIMtone Corporation Unveils Virtual Service Platform Software to "Cloud Computing-Enable" Any Data Center -- The new SIMtone VSP allows service providers, enterprise organizations and small- and medium-sized businesses to easily transform existing application and desktop infrastructures into "cloud computing-enabled" infrastructures, highly manageable and securely accessible on-demand and on-the-fly from any LAN, WAN or Internet access point. The SIMtone VSP enables multiple and diverse desktop operating systems and applications hosted in virtual environments, terminal servers, blade PCs as well on existing distributed desktop PCs, to be aggregated, managed, migrated and provisioned as end-users cloud services very simply. SIMtone VSP supports any combination of VMware Server and ESX, Windows XP, Vista and Terminal Server hosts, multi-zone network security, and offers automated, user-activity driven, peak capacity-based guest machine management, load balancing, and failure recovery, radically reducing virtual data centers real-estate and power requirements.
  • SIMtone Corporation Takes Cloud Computing to the Next Level with Launch of First Wireless, "Zero-Touch" Universal Cloud Computing Terminal -- The new SIMtone SNAPbook is the industry's first wireless-ready, zero-touch portable WiFi SIMtone terminal that can be used to access on-demand and on-the-fly any virtual desktop and other cloud computing services powered by the SIMtone platform. The portable SNAPbook is based on the successful Asus Eee PC solid state hardware, and operates without any local operating system or processing, with all computing tasks performed 100 percent in the cloud.


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