New! XenClient 5 and XenClient XT 3.1
At Citrix Synergy Los Angeles 2013, Citrix announced XenClient 5 (previously Project Thunder) and demonstrated its latest release, XenClient XT 3.1. Learn what’s new!
Citrix XenClient extends the benefits of desktop virtualization to corporate laptops and makes PCs more manageable, reliable, and secure.
XenClient 5 is a major advancement in client virtualization systems based on centralized image management and a Type-1 hypervisor. It includes the most highly requested features from our enterprise customers and further supports mobile workstyles and the steadily increasing use of corporate laptops.
The key high-level themes of XenClient 5 are outlined below.
Deeper XenDesktop and XenClient integration
Enhanced user experience
Additional remote access capabilities
XenClient XT 3.1
XenClient XT is an advanced client virtualization solution built on a security-enhanced Type-1 hypervisor that delivers high levels of isolation and protection for public sector organizations.
The latest release, XenClient XT 3.1, continues to build upon the Ivy Bridge hardware support, developer extensibility, and centralized management capabilities introduced in the previous XenClient XT release by delivering the high levels of security, isolation, performance, and auditability that public sector organizations need.
Expanded device support with a broader HCL with new devices such as:
Support for new guest VMs and improved capabilities in existing guest platforms:
Improvements to the Software Development Kit (SDK) for service VMs including:
Additional centralized management capabilities in the Synchronizer such as:
What customers are saying
XenClient Enterprise is the first product I have ever tested that my users want to adopt merely from word of mouth. We had employees at all levels literally begging to get these systems.
By using XenClient, we can centralize the management of PCs remotely instead of traveling to each site to deploy, update or patch. This has greatly reduced our costs and increased the productivity of our IT staff.
By securely running the OS and applications locally on the virtualized desktops, processes are more efficient and faster and employees are productive wherever they work—both online and offline.