Parallels Software is a global leader in virtual desktop and application delivery, remote access and corporate mobility. Thousands of enterprises worldwide trust in the reliability and scalability of Parallels products. Cloud computing is shifting from a competitive advantage to an operational necessity. Parallels offers a range of solutions to make the leap to cloud computing simple and affordable.

The company’s product line includes the award winning Parallels ApplicationServer XG providing platform independent virtual desktop, application delivery and integrated thin client management from a single software package; the Parallels Client RDP/Remote Desktop for remote access to Windows virtual desktops & applications available for Android, iOS and more.

Parallels Software are the first company to offer integrated thin client management for virtual desktop & application delivery with the Parallels ClientManager module for Parallels ApplicationServer XG and also the first to develop a Facebook Client App for secure access to Windows applications and desktops, transforming Facebook into a powerful business tool.

Parallels is a privately held company, with offices in the USA, Germany, Australia, Japan and Malta. Its management team is backed by many years of experience in developing and selling network infrastructure software. Parallels holds a Microsoft Gold Competency certification, and partners with IBM, Novell, VMware.

Notable Parallels customers include Fox News, Harvard University, H&B Foods, McKesson, Advance Auto Parts, Mazda and more. Click here to see a full customer list, selected testimonials from satisfied Parallels administrators and recent Parallels product awards.

Parallels is part of a group of software companies including Acunetix, a developer of web application security scanning software, and 3CX, a developer of Windows-based IP PBX software.

Parallels Acquires 2X

In 2015, Parallels announced that it acquired 2X which was a worldwide leader in application delivery. It's most notable product was 2x remote application server. 2x remote application server delivered virtual desktops and Windows applications hosted on hypervisors such as Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenApp, VMware vSphere and others, to remote mobile or desktop devices,