AppSense Validated on Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions

To our partner Dell we say, “Well done!”

We at AppSense are quite excited about Dell’s recent announcement on the availability of its Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions (DDVS).

Unsurprisingly, AppSense shares their view on virtualization’s benefits, such as productivity, simplified management and “anytime, anywhere, any device” access for users, and we’re confident that DDVS will help drive the market forward in desktop virtualization deployments.

AppSense already has validated its user virtualization (UV) solution on this architecture, which has proven itself to be a solid platform for delivering large numbers of users at a key price point. During the testing on the Dell platform, we were able to deliver more control with low management overhead, providing all the benefits of UV with zero impact on the number of users on the box and zero impact on the performance of the box. 

I won’t reveal too much about it yet. Suffice it to say that there’s more news ahead and more details forthcoming, including a white paper that AppSense will be publishing next month.

Watch this space.

2 Responses to AppSense Validated on Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions

  1. […] as possible, and the addition AppSense user virtualization will only magnify these benefits. As early believers in the promise of DDVS, we are pleased to see our longstanding collaboration with Dell result in positive benefits to our […]

  2. […] as possible, and the addition AppSense user virtualization will only magnify these benefits. As early believers in the promise of DDVS, we are pleased to see our longstanding collaboration with Dell result in positive benefits to our […]

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