Citrix Systems announced Monday that is has completed its acquisition of Sanbolic, a Boston-based provider of workload-oriented storage virtualization technologies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
More than 200 Citrix customers already use Sanbolic to guarantee non-stop availability and geo-clustering of their XenApp and XenDesktop solutions, Citrix said. “Sanbolic has built a highly-skilled team that joins us today, which accelerates our ability to deliver simpler and more cost-effective solutions to our customers.” siad Geir Ramleth, senior vice president and chief strategy officer at Citrix, in a news release.
The publicly traded Citrix, based in Fort Lauderdale with about 10,000 employees worldwide, reported $3.2 billion in revenue over the last four quarters.
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