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Cisco partners with Citrix for Virtual Desktop Dominance

October 13, 2011
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Cisco and Citrix announced a joint initiative to drive mainstream adoption of Virtual Desktop environments through a five-year agreement to integrate technologies and jointly market their respective desktop virtualization solutions.

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Steve Jobs – the man who made it all about Us

October 6, 2011
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There are few people who get to be classified as true innovators – among them Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, the Wright brothers. Steve Jobs has earned his place with these great agents of change. From the initial release of the Apple II, Jobs’ vision has changed the way we look at and interact with all…

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VMware’s Roadmap to the post-PC Future

September 9, 2011
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Of late though, VMware has seen more success with View, especially in the small to mid-market, where independent surveys suggest that View sales are keeping pace with (some say exceeding) those of XenDesktop.

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News: Citrix acquires RingCube to enhance Virtual Desktop offerings

August 12, 2011
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Citrix announced the acquisition of RingCube, adding a new wrench to their virtual desktop delivery toolkit. The RingCube vDisk solution uniquely delivers a complete desktop environment without having to virtualize the underlining operating system.

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Windows boot IO and storage performance impact on VDI

August 10, 2011
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Windows boot IO and storage performance impact on VDI

With Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI) initiatives adoption being a popular theme associated with cloud and dynamic infrastructure environments a related discussion point is the impact on networks, servers and storage during boot or startup activity to avoid bottlenecks. VDI solution vendors include Citrix, Microsoft and VMware along with various server, storage, networking and management tools…

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VMware View gets performance boost

August 2, 2011
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VMware View gets performance boost

One of the reduced criticisms of View, and one of the most frequent weapons used against it, has been the relatively poor performance characteristics of PCoIP across high latency low bandwidth WAN connections. Until today, VMware has been following the standard line of denying there is a problem until you are able to solve it.…

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vSphere 5 – Did VMware Misjudge its Licensing Changes?

July 14, 2011
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vSphere 5 – Did VMware Misjudge its Licensing Changes?

Well, as much fun as it is to express outrage at any vendor with the temerity to change its licensing mechanism, VMware's new system isn't as bad as many have made out. Now that the true impact of changes are beginning to be understood saner heads are starting to prevail.

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HP embraces AppSense for Reference Architecture

July 1, 2011
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In a press release on June 29, 2011 AppSense announced that its User Virtualization Platform is now a core building block of HP's new Client Virtualization Reference Architecture. Along with Microsoft, VMware and Citrix, AppSense User Virtualization has been recognized by HP as a crucial technology for a successful architecture that meets the goals for…

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Virsto gets $12 million boost to help push virtualized storage beyond Hyper-V

June 13, 2011
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Virsto announces a $12 million in Series B venture capital funding and acquisition of EvoStor, a company specializing in storage virtualization technology for VMware environments. Virsto hope these factors will combine to help them transform virtual machine storage and move their Virsto Virtual Storage Engine beyond Hyper-V.

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