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Calista Technologies was a company that provided virtual device solutions for Windows. The general premise behind the technology was to provide an abstract virtual view of a hosting machine's devices from within a virtual machine through drivers for Windows Vista and Windows XP and present the user interaction to thin clients through RDP.

The company had 35 employees at its peak, including a hardware team which created an accelerated frame buffer capture and compression technology.

Calista Technologies was acquired[1] by Microsoft in January 2008 for more than $100 million in stock.




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