Turbo runs the apps
that run your enterprise.

Deploy custom containerized apps on desktops,
on-premises servers, public and private clouds.


Migrate to Windows 10. Run legacy desktop applications, browsers such as Internet Explorer, ERP systems, and servers on new Windows version.

Eliminate Java and Flash. Containerize runtimes such as .NET, Java, Flash, and SQL to eliminate third party installs and security vulnerabilities.

Works with Existing Infrastructure. Distribute containers using popular desktop management tools, on-premises Turbo Servers, and Citrix VDI and XenApp environments.

Thousands of organizations deliver applications with Turbo.net

Enterprise Browsers

Extend the life of legacy web applications. Run any version of Internet Explorer, including IE 9 and IE 10, on Windows 10 and Server 2016.

Eliminate plugins. Containerize Java, .NET, and other runtimes and plugins, and run in an isolated environment.

Secure client endpoints. Isolate legacy systems and apply routing policies with network virtualization. Or run browsers in a transient cloud environment.

Automatically route users. Turbo URL Redirector automatically activates the appropriate client when a resource is accessed based on administrator-defined rules.

Learn more about Turbo enterprise browsers

SAP and Oracle ERP systems

Run SAP, Oracle, JDE, PeopleSoft, and other ERP applications seamlessly on Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and the cloud.

Turbo keeps your ERP clients and related applications -- such as Excel, Oracle middleware, and third-party plugins -- running even as the surrounding environment changes.

As M&A and organizational changes bring new demands, Turbo safely runs multiple versions of your ERP applications and their dependencies side-by-side in isolated environments.

Citrix Consolidation

Slash costs. Retire legacy XenApp environments and deploy all your applications onto a single version of Citrix and Windows Server.

Deploy a single base image. Separate applications from the underlying OS image to eliminate imaging headaches without using layering.

Migrate 32-bit apps to 64-bit environments. Turbo VM automatically applies translation across architecture and OS boundaries.

Learn more about Turbo Citrix consolidation

Support Programs

Turbo.net support plans ensure continuous and perpetual support for the critical applications that keep your enterprise running smoothly.

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Questions & Answers

Turbo supports containerization of all major Windows desktop applications and browsers, including applications requiring legacy versions of Java and the .NET Framework, and legacy browsers and browser plugins. Turbo also works with most custom line-of-business applications.

An optional Turbo URL Redirector automatically routes users to an appropriate browser container when a specific web site is accessed.

Turbo supports all server versions of Windows from Windows Server 2008 R2 forward, including Windows Server 2012 and Server 2016. Turbo also supports emulation of legacy desktop and server versions of Windows on Server 2012 and 2016.

Turbo can also be used with all desktop versions of Windows from Windows Vista forward, including Windows 7 and Windows 10.

Our team will walk you through the process of containerizing your existing applications. All existing settings and customizations are migrated into the containers.

We also work with select partners that combine expertise in Citrix deployments and Turbo containers to assure a successful migration.

Turbo containerized applications can be deployed using your existing desktop management infrastructure, including Microsoft System Center, Active Directory policies, LANDESK, ZENworks, and others. Turbo does not require any additional server infrastructure.

Turbo Containers allow legacy software to run just like a native application, on existing hardware, and with the same user experience, desktop integrations, and performance. Virtual machines require running a separate copy of the OS, which is slower, requires more powerful hardware, and does not maintain a consistent user experience. Running the application remotely using Citrix or RDS requires maintaining a separate set of servers and infrastructure for providing remote connectivity to users.