Google Partners with Citrix
Updated · Dec 09, 2010
This week, Google showed off the first notebooks running Chrome OS. While notebooks running Google’s operating system won’t be available commercially until next year, Google already landed major support from Citrix Systems.
Next year, when notebooks running Chrome OS launch, Citrix Receiver, a software client for application and desktop virtualization, will be available as a Web App in the Chrome Web store. Users at the 250,000 businesses that use Citrix, which Google will likely be targeting, will be able to bring a Chrome OS notebook into the office and immediately have access to enterprise apps through Receiver, reports eWeek.
During a demonstration, Gordon Payne, senior vice president of Citrix Systems, showed Citrix Receiver running a Hyperion business intelligence application, a Solid Works CAD application and Microsoft Excel on the Chrome OS , with the document actually hosted at the company’s data center, says Staho.com.
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