Virtual desktop infrastructure

Tuesday, 15 September, 2009



HP has announced what it claims is the first virtual desktop infrastructure solution for under US$1000 per user seat. The Virtual desktop infrastructure is a server-based computing model that gives users a PC desktop experience, while securing all applications, management and processing in the data centre. The HP Virtual Desktop Reference Architecture for VMware View specifically addresses the performance bottlenecks and management complexities of other offerings.

By extending virtualisation beyond servers through HP’s converged infrastructure solutions, customers can realise the potential of their people, applications and technology infrastructure, the company claims.

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