Last November, Dell introduced Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions (DVS) Enterprise for Windows Server 2012, an end-to-end application and desktop virtualization solution leveraging Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and Remote Desktop Services (RDS), RDSH and RDVH on RemoteFX-enabled Dell Wyse thin clients. This solution is ideal for customers interested in deploying up to about 1000 virtual desktops with Microsoft in a flexible and cost-effective way.
As with all of its VDI solutions, Dell listens to its customers and continuously brings increased flexibility, lower cost per seat, greater end-user experience and simplified management.
This time, we are pleased to announce the following enhancements to Dell DVS Enterprise for Windows Server 2012, some of which were announced at TechEd recently:
Dell has also added new VDI deployment options on Windows Server 2012 RDS and Hyper-V:
For higher seat count deployments (up to 5000 virtual desktops) on WS2012 Hyper-V and more advanced features, Dell recommends Dell DVS Enterprise for vWorkspace which is based on the same datacenter hardware.
Please also refer to the latest Reference Architecture for full details about VDI workloads on PowerEdge VRTX, AS50 and the DVS 10-seat trial kit. Learn more about Dell’s portfolio of Desktop Virtualization Solutions at www.dell.com/desktopvirtualization.