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January 23, 2013
ROME, Jan. 23 – NoMachine announces the promotion of William Matthew Limited (WML) to Value Partner level because of their dedication in providing successful IT solutions with NX. WML, a NoMachine partner since 2007, integrates NX remote access technology with their own offerings to provide embedded and bespoke Linux-based solutions for organizations of all industries.
Since becoming a partner, WML has made NoMachine software an integral part of their solutions, seamlessly integrating NX technology with the services they provide, contributing to business growth in new markets within the UK. They have been committed to maintaining a prosperous business relationship with NoMachine and are recognized and rewarded for that commitment.
The first product WML released was a Linux thin client called Tempest which achieved success in the education market because of its easy-to-use web configuration and highly reliable solid state design. The Tempest was one of the first thin clients to have an embedded NoMachine NX Client as standard on board the device, transforming remote access for home workers and long distance learning students who needed to connect to a central application server at the office or on campus.
Over the years of being a NoMachine partner, WML has provided Linux terminal services and desktop virtualisation to many large companies and universities in the UK, extending those services to offer consultancy and bespoke application development mainly in the Linux environment. All of those organizations now using NX have benefitted not just from NoMachine's multi-platform support, but also from its licensing model. The introduction of NoMachine's award-winning technology into its offerings has provided a substantial cost advantage to WML's customers, since NX can be licensed for a small fraction of what competitors cost.
“Our customers find NoMachine solutions very cost effective and the performance considerably better than other products available on the market. This statement remains true today as it was 6 years ago; NX is extremely reliable, and our customers appreciate the fact that down time is practically non-existant”, commented company founder Mark Brown.
NoMachine is the creator of NoMachine NX software, a Linux-based enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, multi-platform application delivery, and virtual desktop deployment. NoMachine revolutionizes the way users access their computing resources across the Internet to make desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. Its upcoming major, NoMachine 4, will bring native remote desktop access to Windows and Mac operating-systems as well as Linux.
Located in Sheffield, UK, WML solutions are in use with companies such as Ageas Insurance Solutions, Capita communications, DFS, SpecSavers, University of Cambridge and Nation Health Service. Since becoming a partner, WML has since developed embedded technology products which standardize complex document management, and secure outsourcing of document production, including its flag ship product DataGateway, which has had considerable success in the Insurance industry.
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