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HP’s Dan Nordhues talks Client Virtualization at Citrix Synergy

HP was a platinum-level sponsor at this year’s Citrix Synergy event that was held from May 21-25th.  The theme of this year’s event was: “Always connected Mobility.” Many HP groups were represented including:   Enterprise Services, TS Support Consulting Services, Printers and Personal Systems (Thin Clients), CVS, EG Alliances and Storage.

 

Of special interest is of Dan Nordhues’ interview on Citrix TV with Stephen Lyle (Citrix Strategic Alliances) discussing  the tremendous interest in HP’s Client Virtualization solution with HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage,  and the WS460 Workstation Graphics Expansion Blades supporting NVIDIA graphics cards. Take a minute and check out the video here.

 

Another notable highlight includedthe HP session “Transforming IT with Enterprise Mobility” which communicated HP’s point of view regarding the evolving end-user computing landscape, mobility disruption, and strategic pan HP solution components

 

Citrix Synergy is the premier industry conference for IT professionals at all levels who are focused on both sides of the mobile workstyle equation: providing a consumer-like experience and flexibility to users while securing corporate resources. This event provided strategic insight, intensive training on the latest mobility, cloud, virtualization, networking and collaboration innovation. 

 

If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about HP’s participation, please feel free to contact Travis Kuter

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