ClearCube Technology finishes FY 2014 strong in Federal
Mission-Critical Desktop Computing space.
Government initiatives for cyber security and Better Buying Power fueled ClearCube Technology finish FY 2014 with a strong uptick in federal government sales for its Zero Client desktop devices, Blade PCs and remote access Engineering Workstations.
AUSTIN, TX - February 21, 2015 — All Media For Immediate Release
Government initiatives for cyber security and Better Buying Power fueled ClearCube Technology FY 2014 finish with a strong uptick in federal government sales for its Zero Client desktop devices, Blade PCs and remote access Engineering Workstations.
ClearCube Technology solutions were acquired and deployed by 38 Combat Commands, 11 Warfare Centers, Battle Labs and Intelligence Training Centers, 4 National Laboratories, 36 military bases and 22 State Public Safety dispatch centers in 2014.
Driven by data security and cyber-security mandates, Federal IT managers selected ClearCube Zero Clients to eliminate data breaches in the user workspace areas. Zero clients contain no memory, no operating systems and no local storage. All processing is done on Blade PCs sequestered in secure datacenter and only pixel changes to the displays are transmitted across the network.
“Cyber security and the damage that data breaches can wreak are top of mind concerns for all Federal government CIOs. ClearCube’s remote workstation design with zero clients at the desktop provides a hardware platform that addresses the security issues without compromising performance. In fact, many military sites are using this technology to do their latest battlefield simulation exercises,” said Jim Zakzeski, ClearCube VP Sales and Marketing.
ClearCube Technology ClientCube products address an even more stringent federal security requirement where multiple domains of classified and unclassified networks must co-exist. ClientCube supports one set of desktop peripherals such as a mouse, keyboard and multiple displays connected to up to four zero clients and a NIAP-approved secure KVM switch at the user’s desktop. Those zero clients may be connected to as many as four separated network domains. Security policy dictates that data from one network cannot be co-mingled with data from another network guaranteeing information.
This multiple network environment is particularly suited to Intelligence and Defense security analysts and is found throughout the DoD and other Federal government agencies to isolate sensitive classified information from unclassified information.
“Up until recently, the way to deploy desktops in mixed classified environments was to use multiple individual PCs within each analyst office space. That approach did not address possible security breaches and it was highly inefficient to have multiple energy-inefficient, noisy, heat-generating PCs surrounding the workers. ClientCube changes the paradigm,” said Zakzeski.
For more information regarding secure desktop solutions, please contact ClearCube at 512-652-3360.
ClearCube Technology invented the centralized computing industry with the first blade PC and continues to drive centralized and virtualized computing innovation with the broadest set of specialized PCoIP desktop zero clients that connect to optimized SmartVDI compute/storage host platforms for task/knowledge users and PCoIP blade PCs and engineering workstations for power and highly specialized users. Credited with many industry innovative firsts, ClearCube’s Zero Client family include TEMPEST Level 1 and Level 2 zero clients, copper/fiber connected with integrated CAC and SIPR token readers and multi-level security zero clients. All ClearCube products are designed for seamless integration with the VMware Horizon family of virtualization products. ClearCube’s widespread adoption at 1000s of federal and commercial locations is based on our ability to meet cost savings and security requirements for ALL use cases involving centralization and virtualization initiatives.
Contact: Jim Zakzeski, VP, Sales and Marketing