XtremeLabs and Greenbridge Computing are partnering to deliver computing and learning solutions at less than a dollar a day.

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XtremeLabs and GreenBridge Computing are partnering to provide low-cost green computing solutions to training businesses, academic institutions and technology companies.

GreenBridge Computing has developed GreenZero™ a secure, low-cost, low-maintenance and high-performance computing endpoint that has been deployed at hundreds of locations around the world. XtremeLabs Hands-On Learning Labs for Training and Examination are optimized to work with the GreenZero™ endpoint.

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K-12 Districts and Higher Education institutions, Professional Training Companies, Examination Centers and Learning and Development groups at enterprises can now have a one-stop, low-cost solution for modernization of hardware and software in their training facilities.

The GreenZero™ units are available for purchase or via monthly subscriptions. XtremeLabs will also be offering on-demand kits of 10, 20 and 50 seats available as rentals to support special training, testing and demonstrations events at conferences and trade shows.

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“We want to remove as many barriers as possible to learners getting access to great hands-on training,” said Ahmar Abbas, CEO of XtremeLabs. “Our partnership with GreenBridge brings best in class computing, with the lowest total cost of ownership in the hands of training companies, academic institutions, and enterprises”.

A fully supported 25 seat training center that utilizes XtremeLabs packaged kits will cost $29 per seat/month, saving more than 60% when compared to existing solutions. In addition, customers will receive discounted pricing on all XtremeLabs Hands-On Learning Labs and Training products.

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“Deploying and managing hardware and software is painful and expensive for training entities – particularly for organizations still facing Windows 7 end of support in 2020,” said David Yunger, Founder and CEO, GreenBridge Computing. “GreenZero’s disruptive technology delivers a Windows 10 experience for each user – at 60% reduced cost — while entirely eliminating costly, cumbersome conventional virtualization licensing expenses.

XtremeLabs is a strategic partner for us, given their global reach of 1,200+ training centers and nearly 5 million labs hosted. Their unique expertise as the engine powering Microsoft’s learning delivery, including Microsoft Official Curriculum, edX, and performance-based skills validation, give us confidence as we advance our vision to empower millions of learners for tomorrow’s jobs.”

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