Citrix  to Demo Effective Wireless Connectivity to Enterprise Applications on Handheld Devices at CEBIT 2001

At CeBIT 2001, Citrix Systems Inc., (Nasdaq:CTXS), a global leader in application server software and services, will show how its industry partners and customers can leverage Citrix(R) technologies to enable secure wireless access to the latest enterprise applications. On Stand B07 in Hall 3, the company will demonstrate wireless deployment of 32-bit business applications to medium and small form factors such as the Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC. The demonstrations will show the effectiveness of Citrix's bandwidth-efficient technologies in providing, rich, interactive application access over today's and tomorrow's wireless network connections.

In addition, Citrix will be making an announcement of its commitment to an Independent Computing Architecture (ICA(R)) Client for version 6.0 of the Symbian EPOC platform, and its work with major device manufacturers to enable application access from the next generation of smart phones based on this new version.

"CeBIT 2001 will see the mobile device coming of age as a truly viable option for ubiquitous, real-time application access and data manipulation," said John Glendenning, director of Citrix iBusiness Europe. "Citrix technologies, such as MetaFrame and NFuse, will be at the core of successful application delivery in this space through their ability to provide a full- featured, rich application experience over a low-bandwidth wireless connection."

Citrix products, including the recently announced Citrix(R) Extranet(TM) Virtual Private Network security solution, Citrix NFuse(TM) application portal software for the Web, and Citrix MetaFrame(TM), the company's core application server software, already allow users to securely access mission-critical business applications on wireless operating systems such as EPOC 5 and the Microsoft(R) Pocket PC platform.

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