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Trigence is now called AppZero: new brand, old engine

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, March 5th, 2009   |   0 Comments

The application virtualization startup Trigence doesn’t exist anymore. Starting this month the company is called AppZero and has a completely new market strategy.
At launch time, Trigence was the…

Reflex Systems updates VMC

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, February 2nd, 2009   |   0 Comments

Last week Reflex Systems (formerly known as Reflex Security) updated its new management tool for multiple hypervisors: Virtualization Management Center or VMC.
Nobody knows what’s the current version of…

Virtual Computer appoints Sandrijn Stead as Vice President of Sales

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, December 15th, 2008   |   0 Comments

The startup Virtual Computer is completing the last steps to officially enter the market.
Last week its hybrid VDI solution, NxTop, moved to private beta, and now the company…

Reflex Security changes go-to-market strategy and name

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, November 10th, 2008   |   1 Comment

Reflex Security can be considered the first (or one of the first) company that tried to sell security for virtual infrastructures. They started in March 2006 with a product…

Virtual Iron founder is back with a new startup

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, September 1st, 2008   |   0 Comments

As multiple sources are reporting, Alex Vasilevski, the co-founder of Virtual Iron, is about to launch a new startup temporary called Old Road Computing.
Vasilevsky left Virtual Iron in December…

TechTalk: a Q&A about Virtual Iron virtualization strategy with Ed Walsh

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, April 14th, 2008   |   0 Comments

So far the Xen hypervisor offered a unique opportunity to enter the virtualization market as a major player.Top industry vendors invested (Citrix, through the XenSource acquisition, Novell, Red Hat)…

The limits of today's security solutions for the virtualization market

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, February 1st, 2008   |   0 Comments

SkyRecon is the last vendor focused on security which partners with VMware. Many others already re-aligned their offering to conquer the emerging virtualization market: Reflex Security, Blue Lane, Catbird,…

ISVs start to support their solutions on XenServer

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, January 29th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Following a well-known process already seen for VMware ESX Server, independent software developers (ISVs) are starting to support their produces inside Citrix XenServer virtual machines.
The first wave, announced…

Blue Lane releases a security appliance for VMware ESX Server

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, March 15th, 2007   |   0 Comments

Aiming to cover the almost empty segment of security solutions for virtual infrastructures, pioneered by ReflexSecurity VSA one year ago, Blue Lane releases its award winning security technology PatchPoint…

Webcast: Streamlining Software Deployments with Virtual Appliances

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, February 20th, 2007   |   0 Comments

After launching its own virtual appliances delivery facility and bundling for the first time an appliance with its plaftorm, Virtual Iron (in collaboration with rPath and the Barton Group)…

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