Virtual Desktop Strategies, Server Virtualization

SD-WAN for Manufacturing

June 20, 2022

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As demand for goods peaks, supply chain instability and labor shortage are forcing manufacturers to become more efficient and find new ways to maximize productivity. Manufacturers are accelerating their path to digitalization or Industry 4.0, to improve automation and be more competitive. Additionally, with the digitalization of their operations, manufacturing companies are increasingly moving their applications to the cloud for more agility and to enable their employees to work-from-anywhere. The number of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) devices is skyrocketing, while IT and OT (operational technology) networks are converging, raising concerns about cybersecurity risks.

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Moka5

Based on research conducted by Stanford University, Moka5 (M5) fundamentally transforms enterprise end-user computing. M5 creates a highly-elastic enterprise perimeter where user data and applications are delivered as simply-managed and highly-secure workspaces to popular end-user devices. M5 enables both online and offline access and requires significantly less management overhead than legacy VDI or mobility solutions, while being significantly more secure than cloud-based file sharing, with a common platform that scales from the desktop to tablets and smartphones, Moka5 is Enterprise AnyWare.

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Versa SD-WAN Solution Use Case for Satellite ISPs

whitePaper | July 19, 2022

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B5G Technology White Paper

whitePaper | October 3, 2022

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Intel Page Modification Logging, a hardware virtualization feature: study and improvement for virtual machine working set estimation

whitePaper | January 7, 2020

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Zone-ECU Virtualization Solution Platform

whitePaper | May 26, 2022

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3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processor Selection Guide for VDI on Cisco UCS with VMware Horizon 8

whitePaper | December 22, 2021

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Spotlight

Moka5

Based on research conducted by Stanford University, Moka5 (M5) fundamentally transforms enterprise end-user computing. M5 creates a highly-elastic enterprise perimeter where user data and applications are delivered as simply-managed and highly-secure workspaces to popular end-user devices. M5 enables both online and offline access and requires significantly less management overhead than legacy VDI or mobility solutions, while being significantly more secure than cloud-based file sharing, with a common platform that scales from the desktop to tablets and smartphones, Moka5 is Enterprise AnyWare.

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