For many years, organizations have been using Exceed, the industry leading PC X server, tofulfill their needs forX window application access.Exceed Freedom leverages time and resources spent customizingExceed to provide theexact user experience.
Theworld is changing. Users are more mobile than ever.They need a solution to allow them accessto UNIX applications from remote locations using tools that are familiar.
Exceed Freedom is an add-on solution designed to empower Exceed users with all the benefits of mobility while leveraging existing configuration and customization.With a simple click of a button, Exceed Freedomspeeds up the performance ofX applications by reducingX11 network traffic byup to 100 times, so they become efficient over any network connection.To further strengthen the mobility potential for Exceed users, Exceed Freedom decouples users from physical machines, allowing them tosuspend an active Exceed session and resume it from anywhere.The seamless integration with Exceed translates to lower deployment, training, and ongoing support costs. Exceed Freedom helps organizations by reducing user downtime and improving user productivity.
Reducing network resource consumption, in effect, expands the existing network capacity to support more users and connections. From a cost-benefit perspective, Exceed Freedom leverages existing investments in business and IT infrastructure without changing line-of-business applications or critical processes.
Along with an outstanding reputation for excellence and industry-recognized customer support and services, organizations can continue to reap the rewards of their investment in Exceed.
|Leverage existing Exceed configuration and connection settings
||Up to 100x reduction in bandwidth consumption
|Suspend a session anytime and resume it from anywhere
||Ensure continuous operation of applications in the event of failures
||Security and Compliance
|Unite user communities and improve communication through real-time desktop sharing
||Support industry standard security protocols, including SSH and SSL