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VMware Builds Services for Desktop Virtualization (VDI)


The company is looking to create new service standards for a virtual desktop infrastructure.

VMware is looking to create new standards for building virtualized desktop computing.

The Palo Alto, Calif., virtualization vendor is launching new services May 19 that are geared toward helping IT departments design, create and eventually deploy an entire virtualized desktop environment.

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