Presentation Virtualization Solutions Whitepaper

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:


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Andrew Wood
Andrew is a Director of Gilwood CS Ltd, based in the North East of England, which specialises in delivering and optimising server and application virtualisation solutions. With 12 years of experience in developing architectures that deliver server based computing implementations from small-medium size business to global enterprise solutions, his role involves examining emerging technology trends, vendor strategies, development and integration issues, and management best practices.

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