NoMachine Promotes ASG to Value Partner
NoMachine announces their promotion of Advanced Systems Group (ASG) to Value Partner level because of their dedication in providing successful IT solutions with NX. ASG is a national Open Systems Integrator, providing Fortune 500 companies with IT services and solutions for nearly three decades. A major NoMachine partner for three years, ASG integrates NX technology with their own offerings to provide a worldwide remote access solution on any hardware platform.
As a NoMachine partner, ASG is able to expand and improve their solutions allowing for easy conversion from Linux and Windows to Solaris SPARC workstations. With NX, ASG customers working on Linux or Windows servers can run Solaris from remote offices to access critical applications. Because it offers multi-platform support, NX provides remote access to a diverse array of operating systems and software environments, eliminating the need for additional hardware investments.
In addition to cutting hardware costs, NX helps to reduce travel costs allowing users to access their environment and resources from anywhere around the world. Providing a substantial cost advantage, NX is offered for a small fraction of what competitors charge and, it is up to 70% less expensive than similar solutions on the market.
With NX, ASG's large enterprise clients in the engineering and banking industries can remotely access Solaris desktops and applications from their Windows or Linux clients. NX offers ASG's customers the flexibility to access a wide range of operating systems on central servers, so they can work in multiple environments and easily switch from one to another.
ASG supplies NX to one of the world's leading semiconductor companies and one of the largest imaging-solutions companies in the world. The majority of ASG's NX users focusing in engineering, and NX provides them with access to Computer Aided Design (CAD) and manufacturing applications from all of their remote design centers and engineering locations.
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