At the end of May virtualization.info reported that the application virtualization firm XenoCode changed its corporate identity and name in Spoon.
Yesterday the company officially confirmed the change and launched a new product simply called Server.
Server is a web server that allows customers to stream over HTTP application virtualization packages in the same way Spoon does on its online portal with popular open source and free 3rd party virtualized applications.
The web service can be customized of course to create any sort of branded portals.
The product supports 32 and 64bit applications and clients (only Windows is supported) can start running its applications after 5-10% of the payload has been cached locally thanks a technology that the company calls adaptive streaming.
Spoon claims that the product can scale up to 10,000 concurrent users per Server.
Spoon Server is offered in a per-seat license model for enterprises and a per-app license model for software publishers. Price starts at $1,395 for the Standard Edition with 5 End User Licenses.