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LSI Nytro WarpDrive and VMware Horizon View Collaboration demonstrates breakthrough virtual desktop scalability and application performance

LSI Corporation has announced that it is working closely with VMware to deliver breakthrough virtual desktop density for VMware Horizon View deployments. Collaborative testing with VMware Horizon View using a single LSI Nytro WarpDrive application acceleration card achieved concurrent support for 200 active virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) workloads on a two-node cluster with no storage latency. “Our testing of the …

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Tegile, Cisco, and VMware VDI FlashPack Bundle Revealed at Cisco Live 2013, Features Tegile Zebi HA2100 Hybrid Storage Array

We have been documenting the recent advancements of the partnership between Tegile Systems, Cisco, and VMware for the past few months. While the joint parties have been revealing reference designs and architectures, it is today that they finally reveal their work at Cisco Live – an event at the  Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, taking place from June …

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Tegile, Cisco, And VMware Joint Reference Architecture Now Officially Certified For Efficient Deployment Of VDI Desktops

Tegile Systems today announced that its joint reference architecture with Cisco Systems and VMware has been added to the VMware View Rapid Desktop Program and is now certified as a proven configuration that enables the fast and easy deployment of VDI desktops. The goal of the Rapid Desktop Program is to accelerate the adoption of VMware View solutions by enabling …

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Tegile, Cisco, And VMware Release Efficient New Reference Architecture Benefiting VDI Environments

Tegile Systems today launched a new reference architecture with Cisco Systems and VMware that dramatically lowers capacity and CPU utilization requirements in VDI environments, freeing up more resources to accelerate I/O performance.  The integrated desktop virtualization solution offers users a simple, unified and scalable solution that provides faster deployments, greater flexibility of choice, efficiency and lower risk. Successful reference architecture …

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