Mokafive today announced that its products, including its upcoming BareMetal client hypervisor, will support the latest 2nd generation Intel Core vPro processors. It seems like Mokafive is doing everything right!
MokaFive transforms computing with a revolutionary approach that makes the desktop more secure, resilient and flexible. By separating the desktop from the device, MokaFive enables it to be centrally managed and secured yet played locally anywhere, anytime and on any device – even while users are offline – meeting the needs of IT professionals, managed service providers and an increasingly mobile workforce.
By running MokaFive solutions locally on computers leveraging the next-generation Intel microarchitecture, enterprises benefit from an incredible leap in processor performance and manageability. The combination of MokaFive and 2nd generation Intel Core vPro processors brings the desktop virtualization experience to an exciting new level.
“MokaFive delivers the most complete client-side virtual desktop management solution in the industry, providing broad hardware compatibility with Macs, Windows and our upcoming BareMetal Player running on the latest, state-of-the-art Intel processing technology,” said Purnima Padmanabhan, Vice President of Products at MokaFive. “By running MokaFive locally on clients that take advantage of Intel’s newest processor, our customers will benefit from the unmatched speed and manageability that the 2nd generation Intel Core vPro processor delivers.”
“MokaFive has clearly made the end user’s experience a top priority, and coupled that with centralized manageability for IT control,” said Lisa M. Watts, Director of Intel Business Client Solutions and Enabling. “MokaFive’s local execution approach enables them to take full advantage of Intel’s 2nd generation Core vPro processors to provide strong performance and an impressive virtual desktop user experience.”
To see a video of John Whaley, MokaFive’s CTO, demonstrating BareMetal Player running on 2nd generation Intel Core vPro technology, please click here.