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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) vs. Desktop Virtualization (DV)

VDI is an attempt to virtualize the desktop. These desktops are hosted on a server where these users will remotely login into these desktop environment. The software that are installed onto these servers are centrally managed. 349 more words

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Simplify GPU virtualization

Here’s my take on GPU virtualization: XenApp (XenDesktop Server OS) or Horizon View with RDSH can cover user requirements 95% of the time. Why? Does one user really hammer a GPU every hour of the day, every day of the week? 587 more words

PC sales are going up again #PostPC

Last night I was researching more details about the latest PC sales figures. Last month I’ve found an interesting article at TechCrunch about it:

PC sales are up and tablets down…

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VMware buys CloudVolumes, continuing its diversification push

VMware has acquired CloudVolumes, a startup whose technology helps companies provide complex applications to their employees quickly and easily.

Word of the acquisition came in a… 410 more words


VMware buys CloudVolumes to deliver apps in real time

In another bit of pre-VMworld 2014 news, VMware is buying CloudVolumes a small company dedicated to real-time application delivery in virtualized environments. That specialization, in theory, makes it a nice fit for the VMware Horizon desktop virtualization product. 127 more words