complete desktop virtualization solution
The Pano System includes everything you need
to deploy virtual desktops on top of your VMware virtual
infrastructure. In one package and for one price you
get both our unique award-winning zero client Pano Device
and a unified management interface provided by Pano
Manager that lets you easily deploy, monitor, and control
your virtual desktops.
We've included all of the software components, protocols,
and interfaces you'll need - all of which can be installed
with a single, wizard-based Windows installer in under
an hour - making it as easy as possible to purchase,
install, and support - whether you're deploying 5 virtual
desktops or 500.
The Pano System includes:
The Pano Device - a purpose-built desktop virtualization
device that contains no CPU, no memory, no operating
system, no drivers, no software and no moving parts.
The Pano Device connects over a local area network to
a Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 7 virtual machine
running on a datacenter server.
Pano Manager - Pano Logic's centralized web-based management
interface enables administrators to manage the entire
virtual desktop deployment.
Pano Direct Service (Pano DAS) - A lightweight service
residing within each desktop virtual machine that links
the peripherals attached to the Pano Device to the unmodified
Windows drivers residing in the desktop virtual machine.
This design guarantees that existing Windows drivers
and peripherals can be used without customization.
Integrated with Your VMware Virtual Infrastructure
The Pano System runs on top of the virtual infrastructure
provided by the VMware ESX or ESXi hypervisors which
virtualize server processor, memory, storage and networking
resources to run multiple desktop virtual machines,
providing greater utilization and increased resilience.
Enterprises that are already experienced with VMware
Infrastructure 3 or vSphere 4 and have an existing deployment
of VMware ESX can install the Pano System software onto
their current VMware servers.
Pano Manager also connects to existing directory services
like Microsoft Active Directory for user authentication
and can optionally integrate with VMware's vCenter Server
and View Manager to provide enhanced and highly scalable
desktop virtual machine provisioning, management, and
connection brokering capabilities.