High Performance Scalable VDI solution
A few words
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is virtualization technology that hosts a desktop operating system on a centralized server in a data center.
VDI is a variation on the client-server computing model, sometimes referred to as server-based computing.
Productivity is no longer a luxury—it’s fundamental to support a happy and effective workforce.
As employees increasingly expect to be able to work from any location, on any device, your organization must adapt to these demands.
Businesses must move beyond the constraints of physical offices with standard PCs and wired connections, to deliver remote application and desktop access that provides a new level of flexibility for their employees.
Run Any App /Access from anywhere
Any App, anywhere.
Give access to apps and data from any location.
Deliver apps on any device: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android.
Scale application delivery infrastructure for high availability of desktops and applications.
Unlock visibility for faster troubleshooting and enhanced planning. Improve user experience while driving high user adoption and flexibility.
Hardware costs can be more easily managed, since almost everything
will reside in the data center.
virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
to improve efficiency.
Reduce management/support costs.
Maintaining a single OS image can reduce management and support costs. Install applications, patches, and drivers once, and every user relying on that image benefits from the update.
Linux & Windows Apps in one desktop
Advanced GPU Graphics
Accelerate Virtual Desktops in the Data Center with GMX vGPUs
Monitor & troubleshooting
Monitor and troubleshoot is the daily virtualization management console for routine tasks. This modern, web-based console is used by administrators and help desk staff for typical management and monitoring activities, such as viewing and controlling user sessions, reporting on environment usage, and notification and alerting.
Use it to:
Quickly identify the features, such as audio and drive mapping, that are available within sessions.
Pinpoint machine failures and shadow users who need assistance.
Connect to multiple sites through a single instance of GMX TEC.