Citrix aims to improve virtual desktops - buys Framehawk

by TabTimes Staff

January 8 2014

Citrix says its acquisition of Framehawk will improve the performance for smartphone and tablet users wanting to use virtual desktops and applications over wireless networks.

Performance becomes an issue over Wi-Fi and cellular networks where access may be intermittent or poor due to congestion, high packet loss and or high latency.

Citrix said it plans to address the issue using Framehawk's technology in combination with Citrix HDX in the XenApp and XenDesktop products. 

"We find tremendous synergies in combining our technology with Citrix, the recognized leader in desktop and application virtualization," said FrameWorks's CEO and Co-founder Peter Badger in a release. "Enabling businesses to embrace and deliver Windows apps and desktops for all of its employees, regardless of their work location, is a key success metric for both of our companies, and our customers alike."

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