Rome, Italy, July 16, 2007 - NoMachine, the leading provider of Linux-based desktop virtualization and remote access solutions, today announced that it has surpassed the 2,500,000 downloads and the 2,500 subscriber mark, fueled by the increasing demand for hosted desktop solutions in the enterprise.
In the last year NoMachine has seen considerable growth both in its online sales and international reseller network, with substantial focus on Germany and USA as key areas of interest. Since its official launch onto the market in February 2003, NoMachine has established itself as a key enabler in the migration to the Linux platform in enterprises of all sizes. NoMachine has today installations implemented throughout numerous industry sectors, including the fields of technology and communications, in companies such as HP, Nvidia, Google, IBM, Siemens, Motorola, SAP, Philips Semiconductors, Realtek Seminconductors, Nokia, Verisign, VMWare, Novell, Symbio Technologies, Trolltech, Toshiba Electronics Europe, AXA Technology Services, Wind Telecommunicazioni, H3G Italy; in finance and banking, including Citigroup, Federal Reserve Bank, BNP Paribas, Nexus Financial, and Great-West Life & Annuity; in transportation and freight, namely, Lufthansa Airlines, Europ Hall, Frans Maas, and All American Moving Group; in healthcare, such as St Jude's Children's Research Hospital, Biofocus, Medtrac, Debio Recherche Pharmaceutique and Labor 28 AG; in retail and manufacturing, such as Hirshfield's Inc, EGS (Groupe Laurent), Les Schwab Tire Centers.
NoMachine's reach is also extended to the fields of government and education which prevail in numbers with customers such as Nasa, Brookhaven National Laboratory, US Navy, City of Schwaebisch Hall, City of Munich, Yale University, Harvard University, Stanford University, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Sunderland, Alice Salomon Fachhochscule, and many others.
NoMachine is the creator of NX software, an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, desktop virtualization and hosted desktop deployment. Since 2001 NoMachine's mission has been to revolutionize the way users access their computing resources across the Internet, to make seamless desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. NoMachine provides today a comprehensive software infrastructure stack, core development and support services built around the self-designed and self-developed NX suite of Open Source components, together with easy to use management, deployment and monitoring tools, making possible to transform any traditional desktop computing environment in a centrally-managed, globally accessible, virtual desktop infrastructure.