Dell Hosted Virtual Desktop Services Overview

What is Dell Hosted Virtual Desktop Services?
Protect vital content, support a vast array of clients and efficiently manage desktops and remote offices for your workforce. For secure, easy-to-manage, scalable desktop virtualization, rely on Dell cloud client-computing. Only Dell offers an end-to-end virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solution designed to transform your data center. Dell allows you to simplify VDI planning, deployment and management, enable BYOD and securely deliver any Windows application to any user on any device, and add energy-efficient, award-winning Wyse thin clients and software to suit your budget, application and performance requirements. You can assemble your own solution, customize with Dell Blueprints, or let Dell experts do it all for you.
Dell Hosted Virtual Desktop Services Customers
Royal Opera House, University of the Sciences, Noritz America, University of the Incarnate Word (UIW), Fulton County
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Chris Rodinis
Vice President at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Reseller
Leaderboard
Aug 24, 2017
It has a high CPU core count, but top-bin Xeons are pricey.

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How has it helped my organization?

This is IT Pro's review: http://goo.gl/zehEbD

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

Dual E5-2600 v3 Xeons, DDR4 memory and the best storage potential makes the PowerEdge T630 a highly versatile server. Capable of handling a wide range of workloads, it’s an ideal choice for SMBs looking for high expansion and growth potential.

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Pros Huge CPU core count; Massive storage potential; Superb build quality; Extensive management tools Cons Top bin Xeons are pricey
Chris Rodinis
Vice President at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Reseller
Leaderboard
Mar 4, 2014
Good for virtualization and has servicing advantages
This is a dual cpu socket, quarter-height blade server capable of being deployed in a sleeve of 4 nodes in a full height blade slot for up to 32 individual nodes in a single M1000e blade enclosure and is able to provide exceptionally high compute density or node count for virtualized environments. In addition, each node operates independently of each other and can be individually serviced. Also, the m1000e retains the ability to mix different types of PowerEdge M series servers. The M420 uses the Intel C602 chipset for using Intel Xeon E5-2400 and 2400 V2 series chips with up to 16 processing cores per node. This server has a total of 6 DIMM slots with 3 memory channels per CPU and is able to use memory with speeds of up to 1600 MT/s (mega transfers per second) with module…
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