Profile: Citrix Systems Inc (CTXS.OQ)
23 May 2017
Citrix Systems, Inc., incorporated on April 17, 1989, offers Enterprise and Service Provider products, which include Workspace Services solutions and Delivery Networking products. The Company's Enterprise and Service Provider products include Cloud Services solutions, and related license updates and maintenance, support and professional services. The Company's NetScaler nCore Technology is an architecture that enables execution of multiple packet engines in parallel.
The Company's workspace services include Application Virtualization and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), Enterprise Mobility Management and Citrix Workspace Suite. Its Application Virtualization and VDI solutions include XenDesktop and XenApp. Its XenDesktop is a cloud-enabled desktop virtualization solution that gives customers the flexibility to deliver desktops and applications as a service, from any cloud, on-premises datacenters or both. XenApp is a solution that allows Windows applications to be delivered as cloud services to Android and iPhone Operating System (iOS) mobile devices, Macs, personal computers (PCs) and thin clients. XenMobile includes mobile device management (MDM), mobile application management (MAM), mobile content management (MCM), unified endpoint management (UEM), mobile productivity applications and end-to-end security. XenMobile helps information technology (IT) deliver business applications, including native mobile, Web, software as a service (SaaS) and virtual applications (through XenApp and XenDesktop integration) to mobile users on any device. Citrix Workspace Suite delivers the user experience for any application or desktop using a universal client, Citrix Receiver, which is available on tablets, smartphones, PCs, Macs or thin clients.
The Company's NetScaler ADC is a software-defined application delivery controller (ADC) and load balancer. NetScaler ADC is designed to improve application performance and reliability for mobile, remote and branch users; allow customers to transition their infrastructure to an application-driven, software-defined network; eliminate multiple remote access solutions for improved security, and consolidate data centers. NetScaler SD-WAN increases the security, performance and reliability of enterprise applications, SaaS applications and virtual desktops for remote users. NetScaler SD-WAN is an integrated platform that can help customers increase wide area network (WAN) throughput.
The Company's Cloud Services include ShareFile and Citrix Cloud. ShareFile is a cloud-based file sharing and storage solution built for business, giving users data services across various corporate and personal mobile devices, while maintaining total IT control. Citrix Cloud delivers the Company's XenApp, XenDesktop, XenMobile, ShareFile and NetScaler Gateway services virtually through the cloud.
License Updates and Maintenance
The Company provides various ways for customers to receive upgrades, support and maintenance for products, which include Software Maintenance, Subscription Advantage, Technical Support Services and Hardware Maintenance. Subscription Advantage provides customers access to the product version updates when made available during their membership term.
The Company's professional services include Citrix Consulting, and Product Training and Certification. Citrix Consulting focuses on engagements with enterprise customers, who have Citrix deployments.
The Company competes with VMware, MobileIron, BlackBerry, F5 Networks, Inc., Radware, A10 Networks, Amazon Web Services, Riverbed, Cisco, Silver Peak, Blue Coat, Dropbox, Box, Syncplicity, Accellion and Microsoft.
Citrix Systems Inc
851 W Cypress Creek Rd
FORT LAUDERDALE FL 33309-2009
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