LinuxWorld, San Francisco, August 16, 2006 - LinuxWorld San Francisco has announced the results of the prestigious Linux Journal Product Excellence Awards which distinguish product and service innovations by LinuxWorld exhibitors.
NoMachine, which participated via its Premium US Partner CPC, was judged Best Integration System of the event.
"NoMachine is excited to receive this award. We have ploughed years of hard work into this product and the award that we have been presented is proof of the creativity and innovation behind NX and what it has to offer as a remote access and application deployment solution,” said Sarah Dryell, Business Development Manager for NoMachine. “I would also like to thank our US team for its dedication and contribution in making this high profile event such a success."
NoMachine booth at LinuxWorld 2006, San Francisco
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