A Cisco Integrated Desktop Virtualization Solution with Tegile IntelliFlash Storage

| November 6, 2017

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This document describes the reference architecture of the Cisco® Desktop Virtualization solution with shared storage for 1000 virtual desktops based on VMware Horizon View 6 and VMware vSphere 5.5. The Cisco Desktop Virtualization solution includes Cisco UCS® B-Series Blade Servers, the Cisco Nexus® Switching 5500 Series platform, and the Tegile IntelliFlash™ T3700 storage array. This reference architecture is based on Cisco’s “scalable architecture” deployment model for desktop virtualization.

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