Presentation on theme: "VIR311-R. * *Compared to Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM release. Based on internal testing using LoginVSI Medium workload RemoteFX Dynamic Memory Highest."— Presentation transcript:
* *Compared to Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM release. Based on internal testing using LoginVSI Medium workload RemoteFX Dynamic Memory Highest density Richest User Experience for full 3D apps
*Based on a 3 year amortization and publicly available information as of February 2010. $42/device annual $21/device annual $133/ ccu MS $63/device Licensing Comparison of VDI* Citrix Microsoft and Citrix VDI delivers savings – with lower CAPEX numbers. Hardware and Hypervisor scale of VDI Hyper-V 2008 R2 RTM 1000 users Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1 1440 users $320/user 2 $222/user 2 VMware (Commissioned Report by EMA) 1280 users $242/user 1 1 Based on: http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/EMA-VMware-View- StatelessVirtualDesktop-WP.pdf?src=ie9trhttp://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/EMA-VMware-View- StatelessVirtualDesktop-WP.pdf?src=ie9tr 2 Based on Dell MSRP pricing online as at 3/17/2011 of hardware used in MMS keynote MS VDI Standard Suite Citrix XenDesktop “VDI Edition” VMware View Premier
Provides virtual machine-based, centralized desktops for individual users that can be fully customized based on user profiles Allows users to perform specialized tasks that require administrator access to their desktop Enables users to access their personalized desktop from any computer while retaining the last saved state Personal Virtual Desktop Provides virtual machine-based, centralized desktop based on a pool of virtual machines that are shared by multiple users Allows users to perform standardized routine tasks and have access to common applications (such as Microsoft Office) Rolls back the state upon logoff to provide a “clean” desktop for the next user’s session, but the previous user’s state can be saved offline Pooled Virtual Desktop
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