Dell Unveils Powerful New Solutions At Vmworld; Designed To Optimize Virtual Facilities, Applications And Also Administration – Yahoo Finance

New Dell Cloud Client-Computing Solutions Enhance Customers VDI Experience New additions and updates to the Dell Cloud Client-Computing portfolio will improve and simplify customers IT environments and virtual desktop infrastructure through significant performance, flexibility, security and manageability enhancements. The new Dell Wyse 3000 dual core thin client with Windows Embedded 7, Dells first Intel-based thin client, sets a new standard for performance and flexibility in a cost-effective and extremely compact thin client. Highlights include: Extreme flexibility with support for various selectable factory-installed high-speed and legacy interfaces. This device can connect to almost anything, from cutting-edge high-speed network connections to legacy peripherals. A cost-effective price point for the performance and connectivity of a mid to high-end thin client. Simplified management for various use cases, on premise with Dell Wyse Device Manager, or cloud-based with Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager, and scalable administration for just a few to tens of thousands of thin clients. Outstanding performance and brilliant graphics capabilities powered by the dual core Intel BayTrail processor in an extremely sleek, compact form factor. Dell also announced new PCoIP capabilities for the Dell Wyse 5000 series all-in-one thin client . Since its debut as the most secure all-in-one on the market, this end point offers optimal reliability and performance in a sleek and elegant form factor. With the addition of VMware-based PCoIP it now offers: An extremely responsive virtual desktop experience, with rich 3D modeling and HD video multi-streaming capabilities for power users. More flexible connectivity and interface options, making it an excellent end point for almost any virtual desktop need. Additionally, Dell Cloud Client-Computing introduced updates to its quad core D class 5000 and Z class 7000 thin clients, now featuring support for Dell Wyse-enhanced SUSE Linux. Leveraging the benefits of the SUSE Linux operating system, this update enhances powerful processing and rich graphics capabilities, security against malware and viruses, and deployment and management simplicity. Dell has also updated its portfolio of end-to-end desktop virtualization solutions for VMware . To address customer concerns around the costs, storage, security and graphics capabilities of desktop virtualization, Dell Wyse Datacenter for VMware Horizon 6 now delivers VMwares Virtual SAN, increased user densities and provides 3D graphic capabilities within a secure, scalable and certified environment. Additionally, the new Dell Wyse Datacenter for VMware Horizon DaaS offers enterprises of all types and sizes the capability to deploy Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) within their environment in a the public cloud, private cloud or a hybrid of these, with 3D graphics and all with the option of having Dell Managed VDI Services manage and monitor the end-to-end environment. New Dell Software offerings simplify virtualization management Dell Software will preview the newest edition of its virtualization management product offering Foglight for Virtualization, Enterprise 8.0, that delivers integrated virtual infrastructure change analytics, intelligent capacity planning and advanced customer dashboards to optimize performance, workflow and plan for growth across heterogeneous environments. It offers IT administrators insight and control to change tracking across the virtual environment with unmatched granularity. This newest release comes on the heels of general availability of Foglight for Virtualization 7.2 with vSwitch virtual Ethernet network management support that delivers packet level analysis with netflow technology. Foglight for Virtualization addresses the operational challenges of IT teams who need deep visibility across virtual and physical resources to identify and fix performance problems in virtual environments across all hypervisors, and plan for rapidly growing organizational needs. Dell Services further simplified disaster recovery with the introduction of its disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) with Dell Cloud Dedicated Service bundle. Built on Dells hosted private-cloud service and using proven VMware Site Recovery Manager replication technology, Dell DRaaS helps customers replicate their production sites and streamline recovery. Available today, Dell DRaaS offers cloud hosting with enterprise-class features and industry-leading Dell SecureWorks protection for less than $4,000 per month. To learn more about these solutions, please visit http://www.dell.com/vmware . Supporting Quotes: The collaboration between Dell and VMware continues to deliver innovative, industry-leading products and service solutions designed to help customers increase productivity and run their business more effectively, said Samuel Greenblatt, Vice President of Engineered Solutions and Technology, Enterprise Solutions Group, at Dell. With the introduction of the Dell Engineered Solution for VMware EVO: RAIL and other new solutions announced today, we are making it easier for customers to deploy and manage their IT environments including virtual infrastructure, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and private clouds. Dell and VMware are closely aligned in our shared commitment to solving customers needs, and that is never more apparent than with the introduction of Dell Engineered Solutions for VMware EVO: RAIL, said Raghu Raghuram executive vice president, Software-Defined Data Center Division, VMware.
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