HP is launching HP Workspace, an app catalog designed by HP to easily enable access to virtualized apps. HP Workspace on the Elite x3 creates a virtual PC, giving users access to company curated catalogs of x86 apps via a virtualized solution. Basically, think HP Workspace as a Remote Desktop Client which can access a PC which runs x86 apps. HP Workspace will use Citrix app-virtualization or Azure RemoteApp to deliver these x86 apps. HP Workspace app will be soon available for download and the app listing was spotted in Windows Store today.
HP Workspace enables users to run their Windows desktop apps (x86 and x64) when docked on a Windows Mobile device with Continuum.
Using HP Workspace, users can bring the Windows desktop experience, with large-screen, keyboard and mouse support, to their Windows 10 Mobile device, and without the cost of server hardware and IT administration challenges of traditional app virtualization services.
A subscription is required to access this service.
Find it from Windows Store using the below link.