DELL Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Study

| November 7, 2017

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The Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD) solution that uses Dell™ hardware with the VMware® Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) application is the second offering from Dell in the flexible computing space. The Dell VRD solution addresses the need of customers who require alternate desktop architectures. In a VRD infrastructure, the user applications, data, and images are maintained by a data center administrator.

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