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Dell Updates Desktop Virtualization Software for Microsoft Environments

Dell Updates Desktop Virtualization Software for Microsoft Environments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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DellLogoDell has updated its desktop virtualization deployment software as the company intends to help customers implement information technology infrastructures based on Microsoft“™s offerings.

The updates aim to help organizations use existing Microsoft licensing agreements and deploy 1,040 virtual desktops, Dell said Friday.

Dell“™s new Desktop Virtualization Solution for Windows Server 2012 includes integrated infrastructure, 10-seat proof of concept, graphics, Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013 support and DVS Enterprise for vWorkspace Reference Architecture, the company 

Additionally, the vWorkspace builds on Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V designed to support 5,000 virtual machines.

The converged infrastructure deployment includes the Active System Manager to manage physical to virtual tasks.

Medical offices, accounting firms, law firms and retailers can use the proof of concept, which includes Dell“™s PowerEdge T110 II tower server, Dell ProSupport, Dell Wyse thin clients and an installation guide.

Dell says users can implement the Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013 sizing offerings for long-term migration.

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