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[November 09, 2012]

Devon IT Offers PanoLogic Customers a Conversion Path to New Thin Clients

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. --(Business Wire)--

Devon IT, Inc., a leading thin client virtual desktop solutions provider, today announces that it is offering existing PanoLogic customers a new conversion path for their VDI implementations.

PanoLogic's apparent closure last week (see ARTICLE HERE) has left its customers with no support and no alternative to its proprietary designs. Devon IT's software offers many features that go beyond PanoLogic products and include a zero configuration option that combines the best of the zero client approach with the flexibility of a thin client's OS.

"We are offering PanoLogic customers a support path that will help them with further virtual desktop solutions, helping them to move forward with the most flexible and advanced thin client OS and management suite available," explained Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT. "This is a way for customers left out in the cold to continue advancing their VDI deployment and strategy."

Devon IT's software technology platforms can provide PanoLogic customers with the ability to further their VDI implemenations, reducing hardware transition costs. Devon IT thin clients are capable of utilizing the same protocols as PanoLogic terminals, which allows them to take advantage of already existing VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft (News - Alert) servers that PanoLogic customers have already purchased.

To contact Devon IT for all things related to thin client computing and virtual desktops, including this offer, email info@devonit.com or call (610) 757-4220 or toll-free at (888) 524-9382. For more information about Devon IT DeTOS(TM), and Echo(TM) please visit www.devonit.com/software. Follow Devon IT on Twitter (News - Alert) @DevonIT. Devon IT hosts weekly #VDIchat Twitter chat discussions every Tuesday at 11:30 AM ET.

About Devon IT

Devon IT, Inc., (www.devonit.com) is a leading information technology company that offers thin client software, hardware, and virtual desktop solutions. Devon IT's products offer users in various industries and environments greater IT security, enhanced manageability, improved reliability, and lower costs. Devon IT is also the creator of patent pending VDI Blaster™ (www.vdiblaster.com), a software suite that transforms PCs with hard drives into virtual desktops and the innovators of the SafeBook® thin client notebook. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania with offices in London, Shanghai and Bangalore. Read Devon IT's technical blog, "Thin Tank," at http://www.devonit.com/blog.


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