Under desktop virtualization partnership with Microsoft, NComputing will make its full line compatible with new shared-computing operating system


REDWOOD CITY, CA--(February 24, 2010) - NComputing, the global leader in virtual desktops with over 15 million daily users, today announced that the company’s full product line will support the new Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 operating system from Microsoft Corp. (MSFT). NComputing virtual desktop kits are based on the company’s vSpace desktop virtualization software and are available in three product lines which are designed to bring ultra low-cost computing to customers ranging from enterprises to small businesses, as well as schools,...

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