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Avistar C3 Integrator - Citrix Edition for Citrix XenDesktop Now Citrix Ready


May 11, 2010

San Mateo, Cali.-based provider of unified visual communications solutions Avistar Communications Corp. has announced that Avistar C3 Integrator - Citrix Edition for Citrix XenDesktop has been verified as Citrix Ready.

Citrix Ready products and solutions are seen as capable of enhancing Citrix application delivery infrastructure. All products featured in Citrix Ready have undergone thorough verification testing, which bears out joint solution compatibility.

In another article, unified communications had reported the successful compatibility testing of C3 Integrator- Citrix Edition with XenDesktop.

The Avistar C3 Integrator- Citrix Edition takes desktop videoconferencing experience to desktop users on PCs, laptops and thin terminals, while operating efficiently across enterprise LANs and global WANs, without overburdening the VDI environment. It is the only highly scalable solution for XenDesktop that enables large-scale and fully managed deployments of voice and video calling while integrated with unified communications solutions such as Microsoft Office Communicator using the Avistar C3 Unified - Microsoft OCS Edition.

"Being Citrix Ready makes it easy for Citrix customers and channels to pick Avistar as the solution for enabling videoconferencing with Citrix desktop virtualization products," said Bryan Kennedy, vice president, Business Development, Avistar. "The program also provides the basis for a community in which vendors and customers can interact and share information through the dedicated Citrix Ready e-marketplace."

Citrix Ready products are featured in an online catalog at www.citrixready.com, and carry the Citrix Ready logo.

Avistar boasts more than 18,000 desktop videoconferencing and collaboration installations in more than 40 countries. The solution has led to almost 20 percent reduction in travel expense and carbon emissions, not to mention enhancement in productivity and employee relations.  


Divya Narain is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Divya's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Kelly McGuire