IGEL Teams Up with NComputing to Bring IGEL OS to Arm-Based Endpoints
For the first time, the award-winning IGEL OS software will be available on NComputing’s RX420 endpoints supporting Citrix Workspace App and Workspace Hub for cloud workspaces solutions.
IGEL, provider of the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with NComputing. Now, for the first time, the award-winning IGEL OS will be available on NComputing’s Arm-based RX420(IGEL) endpoints as IGEL OS for Arm architecture, built on the Raspberry Pi 4 platform and optimized for Citrix’s Workspace App and Hub and a local Chromium browser.
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“Our alliance with NComputing is a significant milestone in the evolution of IGEL OS,” said Simon Clephan, Vice President of Strategic Alliances, IGEL. “Not only does it enable us, for the first time, to support Arm-based endpoint computing hardware, but it also solidifies our position as the edge OS of choice for accessing cloud-delivered workspaces. The combination of IGEL, Citrix and NComputing technologies offers our mutual customers a simple, secure, and cost-effective yet powerful endpoint workspace delivery solution.”
With IGEL’s Linux-based OS now available via NComputing’s proven, small form factor thin client platform, enterprise customers now have access to a new affordable and powerful endpoint solution. Further, the single code base for both x86-64 and NComputing RX420(IGEL) devices, enables enterprises to use the award-winning IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) to manage up to 300,000 distributed endpoints.
“We are proud to be forging this alliance with IGEL, and excited to see our two companies coming together to further enable secure and affordable remote desktop access and endpoint management for today’s distributed workforces,” said Owen Lee, Chief Operating Officer, NComputing. “By providing support for our Arm-based RX420(IGEL) thin client hardware solutions with its IGEL OS for Arm architecture, IGEL is making it easier for enterprises to address a diverse range of end-user use cases while managing all endpoints with a single, simple-to-deploy platform.”