Renaissance subsidiary Insite Technology has finalised a deal with desktop virtualisation company NComputing to distribute its low cost X-and L-series virtual desktops. The desktops virtualise a single PC so that up to 11 people can share it.
Insite Technology general manager Jan Paterson says the company can now offer an efficient computer product to the education, government, business and non-profit sectors.
“IT budgets are already creaking under the strain of the current economic conditions. The NComputing approach helps organisations save money while actually improving their technology capabilities,” she says.
NComputing Asia Pacific vice president Manish Sharma says Insite Technology brings channel and market reach in commercial virtualisation and thin-client markets.
“As enterprise users increasingly adopt our technology to reduce their capital and operating costs by as much as 70 percent, Insite Technology will be a valuable partner for NComputing in the New Zealand market.”