Dell EMC Adds New Hyper-Converged Infrastructure for VDI

| January 17, 2017

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January 13, 2017 - Dell EMC announced the expansion of its hyper-converged infrastructure for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) with Dell EMC VxRail Appliance 4.0 solutions for Citrix XenDesktop.The hyper-converged solutions offer a flexible and scalable VDI solution for enterprises across all major industries including healthcare. Hyper-convergence is a type of infrastructure that utilizes software to integrate infrastructure solutions including networking, virtualization, and storage resources in a single hardware box.

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