Bromium protects hosted desktops and Windows XP with its Microvisor

The company also has plans for Android and Mac OS

By , IDG News Service |  Endpoint Security

Also, like any new vendor in the post-PC era, Bromium has plans for other operating systems besides Windows.

"Next year we will have a product for Mac OS, and we are also working on a products for Android, Windows 8 and so on," Crosby said.

Avid followers of the virtualization sector may recognize Crosby's name. Prior to co-founding Bromium he helped start virtualization pioneer XenSource, which was acquired by Citrix in 2007. Crosby then was CTO for Citrix's Virtualization and Management division.

XenSource co-founder Ian Pratt is also a co-founder at Bromium, where his title is senior vice president, products. Bromium's third co-founder, CEO Gaurav Banga, previously worked at Phoenix Technologies.

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