Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) 

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The concept of virtualization has rapidly transformed data centers over the past few years. Beginning with the virtualization of servers, virtualization has facilitated the consolidation of resources, improved resource utilization, enabled improved disaster recovery solutions, reduced capital costs and increased sustainability. Now, a new phase of virtualization—virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI)—has emerged, allowing for simpler provision of new desktops and applications, reduced downtime in the event of a desktop hardware failure, increased mobility, greater unification, and reductions in hardware costs.

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