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The Intel and Citrix partnership brings together two enterprise leaders working to deliver a seamless, scalable and secure mobile workspace experience to anyone across any device. Intel and Citrix have been collaborating for years on a wide range of technology initiatives spanning Windows, Android and Chrome endpoints, mobility, rich graphics virtualization, networking and cloud security. Users and enterprise both benefit with the secure and cost effective delivery of desktops, apps and data from the data center to the latest Intel Architecture-based endpoints.
With Citrix software optimized on Intel technology, organizations benefit by being able to rapidly and cost effectively scale a seamless mobile workspace across the enterprise. Together Citrix and Intel bring the secure delivery of desktops, apps and data from any Intel based datacenter to anyone working from anywhere on any Intel-based end point. This allows today’s organization the flexibility to scale tomorrow’s software defined workplace solutions to realize the full productivity benefits of mobility, seamless connectivity and the move to cloud based computing from any end point device.
Citrix and Intel optimize the delivery of technology across platforms including Intel vPro – the gold standard for enterprise ready and scalable client devices. Securely deliver app and desktop virtualization to enterprise users on today’s most innovative and powerful Windows, Android and Chrome endpoints by combining innovative vPro technology initiatives, such as Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (GVT) and Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) with market leading Citrix DaaS (formerly Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service) solutions.
Intel powers the overwhelming majority of data centers across the globe. The new Intel Xeon Processor E3 v3 product family with Iris Pro Graphics was optimized for performance with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops. Intel Xeon-based servers with Iris Pro graphics and Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops deliver rich, virtualized desktops and apps with workstation-level performance to remote users on any Intel-based endpoint including Ultrabooks, Chromebooks, tablets and new Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) thin state clients.