Dell Wyse Datacenter for Microsoft VDI and vWorkspace

Build on existing Microsoft® investments, avoid expensive licensing and provide flexible deployment with Dell Wyse Datacenter for Microsoft VDI and Dell vWorkspace, powered by Microsoft Remote Desktop Services and Hyper-V® 2012 R2. This cost-effective virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solution provides significant cost reduction for storage with Microsoft built-in deduplication and Storage Spaces technologies, along with scalability and flexibility with vWorkspace.   

Our end-to-end cloud client-computing solutions are optimized for desktop virtualization and include data center infrastructure, software, services and endpoints designed to accelerate deployment. Benefits include:

  • Cost-effectiveness — Leverage built-in Microsoft data deduplication and Storage Spaces.
  • Optimal storage — Reduce storage I/O and disk space with vWorkspace HyperCache, HyperDeploy or the Dell PowerVault MD1220 direct-attached storage enclosure.
  • Flexible deployment — Choose from several Dell PowerEdge server form factors, from as few as 10 users to up to tens of thousands of virtual desktops optimized for the most flexible workloads.
  • Centralized IT management — Manage remote desktop sessions, pooled or personal Windows 8.1 VMs and RemoteApp programs, and resolve issues from a single console.
  • Scalability — Deploy up to tens of thousands of virtual desktops in minutes. Add VM servers with the management wizard and take advantage of support for multiple Windows Server versions (2003/2008/2012).
  • Robust experience — Benefit from RemoteFX® for enhanced productivity, USB redirection, RemoteFX-optimized Dell Wyse endpoints, and high-end graphics cards certified on Dell servers (for users viewing 3D or Full HD multimedia files).
  • Secure data Protect users with secure remote access to graphics-intensive applications and VMs based on multiple factors with advanced targets.
  • BYOD — Provide support for Windows, WES, iOS, Mac OS, Android, HTML5-enabled browsers, Wyse ThinOS and more. 
  • Unified Communications — With Microsoft Lync® 2013, end users can communicate from their Windows endpoints.
Use one platform to deploy four delivery options:
Desktop sessions                                Pooled VMs
Concurrent users share server              Users are assigned dedicated
resources with RDP-based                    pristine VMs at each logon.
Application DeliveryPersonal VMs
Application delivery                            Personal VMs
Applications are streamed from             Persistent 1:1 desktops are 
the server to desktop clients.                assigned to specific users.

Contact a Dell expert and discover how easy it is to streamline your IT and provide a cost-effective, end-to-end VDI solution.