HPE partners with Workspot to deliver simpler, faster Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
Businesses looking to set up Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) quickly and simply are often disappointed by the complexity of available solutions. That’s why HPE and Workspot, a leader in next generation VDI, recently formed a partnership aimed at creating an ideal solution that can be deployed in about an hour on an HPE Hyper Converged 380 platform.
A recent article from IT Business Edge looks at the new partnership and sums up key benefits. As the article explains, Workspot, a company that provides Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) software to help enterprise IT departments deliver apps and data to mobile devices, has collapsed the number of modules required to deploy VDI software, reducing the time it takes to implement VDI, improving overall performance, and reducing the total IT infrastructure costs of virtualization. The article continues, “The HPE Hyper Converged 380 further reduces those IT infrastructure costs using a hyperconverged system within the context of a software-defined data center (SDDC).”
The Hyper Converged 380 powered by Intel® allows customers to transform their IT environment with a proven architecture for general purpose virtualization, VDI, and cloud. The Hyper Converged 380 integrates compute, storage and virtualization, and features simplified upgrades, increased uptime and service levels. Advanced analytics and reduced costs to start, scale and protect means a lower cost of entry and makes the Hyper Converged 380 ideal for small to medium businesses, remote/branch offices, and enterprise lines of business. Dubbed your VM vending machine, the Hyper Converged 380 allows users to deploy VMs in five clicks with a combination of HPE ProLiant DL380 Servers, VMware virtualization software, and HPE OneView.
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