In The Virtualization Practice’s whitepaper – Presentation Virtualisation Solutions – we look to give you a summary of what benefits Presentation Virtualization can bring to your enterprise.
Presentation Virtualization allows the creation of virtual sessions, each interacting with a remote desktop system. The applications executing within those sessions rely on presentation virtualization to project their user interfaces remotely. Each session may only run a single application, or it might present its user with a complete desktop offering multiple applications. In either case, several virtual sessions utilize the same installed copy of an application and a single server OS.
These benefits have made Presentation Virtualization an attractive solution, not only to large enterprises, but also to small and medium scale businesses and not-for-profit organisations. Presentation Virtualisation can reduce the cost of ownership, reduce energy costs, ease manageability and increase user productivity.
In Presentation Virtualisation Solutions – we look to give you a summary of benefits that Presentation Virtualization (also known as Terminal Services, or Remote Desktop Session Host) can bring to your enterprise, and assistance with selecting a PV solution. We also take an overview of a range of current products that can help you deliver a PV service, providing you with an Presentation Virtualization product comparison of functions and costs to help you determine which solution is best for your organisation. These products include:
- Aqua Connect Terminal Server
- Citrix’s XenApp 6.5
- Dell (Quest’s) vWorkspace
- Ericom’s PowerTerm WebConnect RemoteView
- Geniut’s ThinWorx
- GraphOn’s Go-Global
- Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Session Host
- Propalms’ TSE
- Systancia’s AppliDis Fusion
- Ulteo Open Virtual Desktop v3
- 2x, ApplicationServerXG
Please access the white paper below:[dm]43[/dm]
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