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2X Software
Privately held company
IndustrySoftware, IT
FateAcquired by Parallels, Inc.
Founded2005
DefunctFebruary 25, 2015
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
Products2X Remote Application Server,
2X Mobile Device Management, 2X RDP Client
Websitewww.2x.com

2X Software was a Maltesesoftware company specializing in virtual desktop, application virtualization, application delivery, Remote Desktop Services, remote access and Mobile Device Management. On 25 February 2015, 2X Software was acquired by Parallels, Inc. The 2X products, Remote Application Server and Mobile Device Management, are now included in Parallels' offering.

Parallels 2x free download - 2X Client, Parallels Desktop for Mac, 2X ApplicationServer XG, and many more programs. 2X RDP Client for Mac Yosemite OS X connected to 2X Remote Application Server delivers applications and virtual desktops. Mac users can now work seamlessly on published Windows applications such as Microsoft Office, and on virtual desktops. 2X RAS works perfectly for RDS and VDI with the major hypervisors, such as Hyper-V, VMware or Citrix Xen. 2X Client Portable is a remote server/desktop access client that allows you to connect to all your servers using a single client. It works seamlessly with the 2X ApplicationServer as well as with native Remote Desktop Protocol built into your Windows PC when logged in with administrative rights. Native RDP Connections - Using the 2X Client you can now connected to a machine. The 2X client is a small piece of software that is installed on your computer and gives you access to the software applications published by Phunkey for use in your office. 2X can be installed on Microsoft Windows and Apple computers as well as smart phones and tablets. 2X RDP Client provides remote desktop and application access for any web-enabled device, including Android, Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows, Linux OS, Windows Phone, MAC OS, HTML5 and iOS devices. 2X RAS delivers Microsoft Office applications to any remote or local users on the major OSs.

Profile[edit]

The company has offices in the United States, Germany, UK, Australia and Malta. It develops software for the server-based computing market, in the application virtualization, remote desktop services and virtual desktop infrastructure space. With the acquisition of MDM from 3CX, the company extended its portfolio to include mobile device management.[1][2]

In 2014 it was a finalist for Best of TechEd 2014,[3] Govies Government Security Award 2014 [4] and Datacenter ICT Application Product of the Year.[5]

The company was acquired by Parallels, Inc. on 25 February 2015.[6]

Products[edit]

2X Remote Application Server[edit]

2X RAS delivers virtual desktops and Windows applications hosted on hypervisors such as Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer, VMware vSphere and others,[7] to remote mobile or desktop devices,[8]

2X RAS won Cloud Computing Magazine's 2012 Cloud Computing Excellence Award.[9] 2X RAS has also won the Government Security Award 2014[10] and has been named to CRN's 2014 Virtualization 50 list.[11]

The latest version of 2X RAS was released at the beginning of August 2014. The main feature updates are the management of Windows PCs as pseudo thin clients, and remote assistance.[12][13]

ForMac

After the acquisition by Parallels Inc., it was rebranded to Parallels RAS.

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2X RDP Client[edit]

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Windows

2X RDP Client provides remote desktop and application access for any web-enabled device, including Android, Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows, Linux OS, Windows Phone, MAC OS, HTML5 and iOS devices.[14] 2X RAS delivers Microsoft Office applications to any remote or local users on the major OSs.

2X RDP Client connects to 2X RAS for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.[15]

2X Mobile Device Management[edit]

2X MDM was a mobile device management platform targeted at the BYOD market.[16] It was available as a hosted (SaaS) or as an on premises solution.[17][18]

References[edit]

  1. ^Stephen Bigelow; Frank Ohlhorst; Mike Laverick (2010-09-01). 'Updating business applications for a virtual environment'. Virtual Data Center. Retrieved 2010-08-28.
  2. ^ITCandor (2011-02-10). '2X Software – Fixing Back-End Issues For Desktop Virtualisation And Cloud Computing'. Itcandor.com. Retrieved 2013-11-30.
  3. ^Blair Greenwood (2014-04-25). 'Best of TechEd 2014 Finalists Announced'. windowsitpro. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
  4. ^Security Today (2014-05-01). 'Security Products Announces The Govies Government Security Award Winners for 2014'. security-today.com. Retrieved 2014-05-01.
  5. ^DCS Awards. 'FINALISTS Datacentre Power and Cooling product of the Year'. dcsawards.com. Archived from the original on 2014-03-31. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
  6. ^Brian Madden (2015-02-26). 'Parallels buys 2X Software'. brianmadden.com. Retrieved 2015-02-26.
  7. ^Amir Husain (2008-07-06). 'Why should your VDI solution be Hypervisor-agnostic?'. vdiworks.com. Retrieved 2014-08-28.
  8. ^Ken Hess (2013-12-02). '2X ApplicationServer XG version 11 (Review)'. ZDNet. Retrieved 2013-12-03.
  9. ^Times of Malta (2012-03-25). 'Cloud computing Excellence Award for Malta-based company'. Times of Malta. Retrieved 2013-11-30.
  10. ^Security Today (2014-05-01). 'Security Products Announces The Govies Government Security Award Winners for 2014'. security-today.com. Retrieved 2014-05-01.
  11. ^Rick Whiting; Joseph F. Kovar (2014-05-14). '2014 Virtualization 50'. CNR. Retrieved 2014-05-14.
  12. ^Brien Posey (2014-07-01). 'Free VDI products aren't a myth'. techtarget. Retrieved 2014-07-22.
  13. ^Holger Xue (2014-08-07). '2X RAS, 2X Remote Application Server – neue Version 12 wurde veröffentlicht'. vdiinabox.net. Archived from the original on 2014-08-26. Retrieved 2014-08-07.
  14. ^CIOL Bureau (2014-05-12). 'Antenna adopts desktop virtualisation'. CIOL. Retrieved 2014-05-12.
  15. ^Ken Hess (2014-05-01). 'Here's how to extend the life of Windows XP indefinitely'. Zdnet. Retrieved 2014-05-02.
  16. ^William Long (2013-10-01). 'BYOD: data protection and information security issues'. computerweekly.com. Retrieved 2013-10-01.
  17. ^Leigh Geary (2012-07-03). 'Featured Android App Review: 3CX Mobile Device Manager Review'. coolsmartphone.com. Retrieved 2012-07-03.
  18. ^Robert Nazarian (2013-06-26). 'Featured Android App Review: 3CX Mobile Device Manager [Business & Tools]'. talkandroid.com/. Retrieved 2013-06-26.

External links[edit]

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