U.S. Marine Corps to use GO-Global for UNIX.
"Based upon the USMC IAS FoS requirements, a server-based computing solution was needed," said Steve Fraile, SPAWAR IAS FoS Project Manager.
GO-Global for UNIX is a server-based computing solution that publishes UNIX and Linux software applications to networks or the Web without the need to modify applications or run local X Server software. GO-Global incorporates ultra-thin-client technology that makes applications instantly accessible to local, remote and mobile users, regardless of location, platform or operating system.
GO-Global's strong encryption and data-compression technologies makes it an excellent solution for X application connectivity over bandwidth-limited or congested lines. GO-Global's unique architecture assures that all applications and mission-critical data remain secure on the server behind the firewall. Only the application's user interface is transmitted to remote devices. All GO-Global transmissions are fully encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
"GraphOn's server-centric technology is rapidly becoming a standard for many U.S. defense agencies," said Mike Ruggeri, GraphOn's Manager of Federal Sales. "We feel that GO-Global is playing a vital role in the DoD's transformation to provide military personnel with a near real-time picture and data of the battle space."
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Mar 15, 2004|
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