Sign up for our newsletter
Technology / Networks

Dell releases application to simplify virtualisation in Microsoft based systems

Dell has introduced new Cloud Client Computing applications to simplify and speed up the deployment of desktop virtualisation applications for a Microsoft-based IT environment.

The new applications include enhancements to its DVS Enterprise for Windows Server 2012, which allows small to mid-sized organisations to take advantage of existing Microsoft licensing investments and install a combination of about 600 VDI users or 1,040 remote desktop sessions (RDSH).

Enhancements to the application include faster and more flexible deployment of converged infrastructure, 10-seat proof of concept, enhanced graphics as well as support for Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013.

Dell Cloud Client Computing VP and general manager, Steve Lalla, said that the release is a part o f company’s strategy to offer customers the broadest choice of end-to-end desktop virtualisation applications.

White papers from our partners

"We are delighted to work with Microsoft on enhancements to our DVS Enterprise for Windows Server 2012 solution and bring vWorkspace to our Microsoft virtualisation customers looking for higher seat counts in their environment," Lalla said.

Dell has also released the DVS Enterprise for vWorkspace Reference Architecture based on Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V as an extension to higher seat count that supports about 5,000 virtual desktops, including advanced virtual machine (VM) management functions.


This article is from the CBROnline archive: some formatting and images may not be present.

CBR Staff Writer

CBR Online legacy content.