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Virtual Instruments’ Flagship Product Joins Citrix Ready Programme

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Virtual Instruments has announced that its flagship product VirtualWisdom4 has now been verified as Citrix Ready.

The Citrix Ready programme proves that a product can be trusted to work effectively with Citrix XenDesktop and Citrix XenApp to provide systems-level visibility into Citrix infrastructure. In order to gain the accreditation, the company – a leader in infrastructure performance management (IPM) for physical, virtual and cloud computing environments – had to undergo rigorous tests established by Citrix.

IPM solution VirtualWisdom4 greatly increases utilisation of existing infrastructure assets via granular visibility of the entire data centre. It also provides performance validation of all flash array storage technologies recommended for virtual desktop deployments.

By providing real-time visibility into any issues that might arise with regards to the latency of virtualised workloads, VirtualWisdom4 enables IT teams to address problems and ensure optimal availability and functionality.

John Gentry, vice president of marketing and alliances at Virtual Instruments, said: “As a member of the Citrix Ready programme, we are able to offer customers intelligent solutions that combine our VirtualWisdom4 solution with the XenDesktop and XenApp products from Citrix.

“The offering clearly demonstrates our plans to work closely with trusted partners, through the Citrix Ready partner ecosystem, in order to provide the highest quality experience for our customers.”

Greg Fox, director of the Citrix Ready programme, added: “By taking part in our program, Virtual Instruments has enabled its customers to obtain the highest quality user experience available today, and the simplest means for making an informed product purchasing selection.”

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