Virtual Cable, a Spanish company specializing in the development of workplace virtualization solutions, has been nominated for the prestigious CEPYME Awards. This year eleven prizes will be awarded, and Virtual Cable is finalist in the category of Technological Innovation. This year, the awards ceremony organized by the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises will be held on April 25. Their Majesties The King and The Queen of Spain, together with the President of the Government, will attend this important event.
The goal of the VIII CEPYME 2021 Awards is to promote the recognition of SME and self-employed entrepreneurs and disclose their work with society. Considering this purpose, Virtual Cable is a candidate with many possibilities to win this award. The expert company in the workplace's digital transformation is focused on helping the different productive sectors to improve their efficiency, cybersecurity, productivity, sustainability, and resilience. In addition, its activity in the last year and a half has been outstanding, reaching a high growth rate. Its solutions for desktop virtualization, virtual applications, and remote access to computers have been implemented in hundreds of public and private organizations in our country and around the world, thanks to its internationalization process.
UDS Enterprise, Virtual Cable's VDI software, has always been distinguished by being fully adapted to the needs of each organization. It stands out for its great flexibility, unlimited scalability, and compatibility with any third-party technology. To offer the best benefits to its customers, the company has signed technological alliances to create joint solutions with major players in the IT market, such as Amazon, Microsoft, Citrix, or VMware.
Félix Casado, CEO of Virtual Cable, has expressed great satisfaction that his company has been chosen among thousands of companies. "The fact that the most representative business organization in the state level of SMEs recognizes our innovation work and has selected us as finalists already is a huge recognition." Casado assured that whatever the jury's verdict, "at Virtual Cable, we will continue to help all organizations that need to modernize with our solution, democratizing the adoption of VDI technology with solutions available to everyone and that meet the needs of any project.
The effort to create a workplace virtualization solution tailored to each company has made Virtual Cable interesting for thousands of organizations. In recent times it has achieved outstanding clients in a variety of sectors. Among them we can find private companies such as Fagor or Godó Communication Group; public bodies such as Peel Regional Police of Canada, Hispanagua or the Jaén Provincial Council; healthcare organizations such as the Los Arcos del Mar Menor General University Hospital or HT Group; call centers like the International Book Club or Issues and Answers Network; and a long list of universities and training centers around the world, such as: the University of Salamanca, the Autonomous University of Madrid, ESIC, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University or the Catholic University of Louvain.