When claims are backed up by high-caliber references, however, they start to resonate. It's a critical step for Bromium, then, to able to say that NYSE Euronext uses vSentry, according to Crosby.
Bromium is working on adding support for a number of other operating systems in addition to Windows 7, including Windows 8 and Mac OS X.
"Windows 8 is actively being demoed to customers. The bit that hasn't landed yet is all the Metro support. Android is also being demoed and Mac is going into beta," Crosby said.
The list price for vSentry 2.0 is $150 per seat, with volume discounts available.
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