Citrix Systems, Inc., the global leader in application delivery infrastructure,  announced Citrix Desktop Server 1.0 (previously code-named Project Trinity). The debut of this new technology marks the entrance into the burgeoning virtual desktop market for Citrix.

With Desktop Server, Citrix is creating a new approach for IT organizations to deliver and manage desktops. Desktop Server delivers Windows desktops from the datacenter as a secure on-demand service, dramatically simplifying OS migration and saving organizations up to 40 percent on desktop management costs1. By supporting all popular methods for installing desktop operating systems in a datacenter - including virtual machine environments, blade PCs and Windows Terminal Services - Desktop Server gives IT administrators maximum flexibility to deliver the right desktop to the right user at the lowest possible cost. At the same time, Desktop Server empowers users with a powerful, personalized desktop computing experience, while also enabling IT to play a more proactive and strategic role in managing the environment.

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