SERVER VIRTUALIZATION, VIRTUAL SERVER MANAGEMENT
Wind River | January 10, 2023
Wind River, a company that delivers software for intelligent systems, has announced that its Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform now supports the Intel Xeon D-1700 and D-2700 processors, as well as 11th Gen Intel Core processors.
Helix Platform is a safety-certifiable multi-core, multi-tenant platform that supports multiple independent levels of criticality and is designed for broad industry use cases, including avionics, industrial, medical, and automotive settings. The combination of the Wind River Helix Platform with the Intel Xeon D-1700 and D-2700 processors, as well as 11th Gen Intel Core processors, delivers an advanced, safe, and secure platform for edge-to-cloud software solutions.
“Increasingly, with the growth of the intelligent edge, industries such as aerospace and defense, automotive, and industrial bring unique sets of requirements and challenges. With Helix Platform support for Intel Xeon D and 11th Gen Intel Core™, Wind River is expanding architecture support to address the demanding needs of highly compute-heavy mission-critical applications,” said Avijit Sinha, chief product officer, Wind River.
It offers a true Type 1 hypervisor, 64-bit multi-core, single and multi-core guests, support for ARINC 653 Application Executive, FACETM 3.1 conformance, and multiple device models. The update furthers Wind River's commitment to address the demanding needs of highly compute-heavy mission-critical applications and Intel's commitment to enable end-user innovation and mission success. The Wind River Helix Platform also provides advanced security features such as secure boot, whitelisting, secure enclaves, and encryption, allowing for the most reliable safety-certified platform.
About Wind River
In terms of providing software for intelligent systems, Wind River is a world leader. Since 1981, the company's technology, which is used in billions of products, has been powering the safest, most secure devices in the world. With a wide range of partners and world-class professional services and support, Wind River provides a robust portfolio. Mission-critical intelligent systems will increasingly require greater compute and AI capabilities while requiring the highest levels of security, safety, and reliability. Wind River software and expertise are accelerating the digital transformation of these systems.
VIRTUAL DESKTOP TOOLS,SERVER VIRTUALIZATION
Gcore | January 19, 2023
Gcore, a European company that makes high-performance, low-latency, international cloud and edge solutions, has released Gcore Basic, a low-cost solution made for webmasters, developers, and people who do things for fun. Webmasters, developers, and hobbyists can use Gcore Basic to access a wide range of services and features that are designed to make their applications run as well as possible.
Gcore Basic, which starts at €5 per month, provides a compute instance on a shared virtual machine for running light web servers and microservices. It includes free DDoS protection and can be deployed in just a few minutes. Gcore Basic includes several add-ons, such as managed databases, object storage, and security services.
Director of Edge Cloud Stream at Gcore, Seva Vayner, commented, "Gcore Basic brings low-latency, high-performance computing within reach of everyone." They added, "From €5 per month, Gcore Basic is a place where aspiring programmers can learn their craft, where developers can run pet projects, proof of concepts, and test environments; and where aspiring entrepreneurs can build out online services." Seva Vayner said, "With Gcore Basic running on our cloud infrastructure, customers can scale up and deploy additional services as and when required—for instance, adding extra resources to handle significant leaps in traffic."
It will first launch Gcore Basic at its Amsterdam location. The service will soon be available in the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt, giving Gcore a second location in Europe. By making Gcore Basic available in more than one place, customers can put their services closer to their customers, which will speed things up and cut down on latency.
Gcore is a company that helps provide powerful edge and cloud solutions for the media and entertainment industries. They are headquartered in Luxembourg and have offices in several other countries, including Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Cyprus, and Georgia. It works for clients such as government agencies, TEDx, Wargaming, and Avast. They have a large global IT infrastructure spread across six continents and is made up of over 150 points of presence in reliable data centers.
VIRTUAL DESKTOP TOOLS, SERVER VIRTUALIZATION
ThinPrint | March 02, 2023
ThinPrint has released its Azure Cloud Print Server, which is a print server that is optimized for the cloud and makes it possible to print quickly and reliably in the private cloud. The management portal gives businesses full control over their print environments, and the reduced workload and bandwidth usage saves money and improves ROI.
The Azure Cloud Print Server also uses secure authentication and authorization to make sure that documents stay private and safe. Also, the server can be connected to other IT systems, which makes it easier to manage printers in different places. ThinPrint's Azure Cloud Print Server is made to be very safe, with user authentication and encrypted data in transit. Also, the server can be added to an already existing IT system, which makes it easy to switch to cloud printing.
Charlotte Kuenzell, the CEO of ThinPrint, said, "We are excited to introduce our Cloud Print Server on Azure, which provides government and enterprise customers with a solution for fast and reliable printing to virtual desktop environments in the private cloud." She also said, "With adaptive compression, SSL encryption, and simplified printer mapping, our Cloud Print Server delivers the highest levels of performance, security, and control in the private cloud."
(Source - Globenewswire)
The Cloud Print Server has features that are used in other settings, like advanced and adaptive compression, SpeedCache, streaming, font management, and printing without a driver for all printer models. The ThinPrint Cloud Print Server, including all features, is available for free trial in the private cloud for the first 30 days.
ThinPrint has 20 years of enterprise printing experience. ThinPrint's solutions provide secure, high-performance printing with a seamless user experience as networks and end devices become more complex. From endpoint printers to innovative end devices, their technology supports printing innovations. The company prioritizes print infrastructure management, network performance optimization, and user satisfaction. ThinPrint has over 30,000 corporate customers and over 100 desktop as a service and software as a service providers who use their printing solutions. ThinPrint added ezeep and its native cloud technology to their cloud portfolio in 2015, making it the leading printing solution for coworking and shared spaces. ThinPrint has offices in the US, UK, Australia, Japan, and China and over 350 channel partners worldwide to provide local support and develop and test its solutions in Berlin, Germany. Innovative companies can overcome all printing challenges with ThinPrint.