Organizations are implementing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to more effectively manage end-user devices. VDI enhances security and data protection and facilitates compliance with privacy regulations such as the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and the European Union Privacy Regulations.
With VDI, IT can centrally manage client desktops to:
- Reduce costs and complexity through centralized provisioning and management
- Increase security by separating company and personal desktops and centrally controlling sensitive data
- Create consistent user experiences by deploying a uniform high performance architecture
Vblock™ Systems provide an enterprise-class IT infrastructure for VDI rollouts, ensuring the response times, security, availability, and agility IT requires. Factory-integrated systems accelerate deployment and provide performance at scale for the most demanding applications.
VCE has simplified VDI with the Vblock™ Desktop Virtualization Systems. This purpose-built solution simplifies purchase, streamlines provisioning and decommissioning, and lowers deployment risk.
The Vblock Desktop Virtualization System comes in three different bundles to address the needs of test and development activities and production in enterprise environments with 1 to 1,500 desktops per Vblock System. The solution can be custom configured and deployed for 1 to 5,000 users with a single instance.