Dell launches expanded Cloud computing portfolio in Australia

New desktop virtualisation and Cloud solutions enable workers to use any app on any device

Dell has launched an expanded Cloud client computing portfolio in Australia.

The new desktop virtualisation and Cloud client solutions enable workers to use any app on any device, according to the company. Dell’s Desktop Virtualisation Solutions in Australia will address the cost and complexity challenges of virtual desktop adoption.

DVS Simplified and Dell Wyse endpoints are available in Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam. Dell has also announced new support for Citrix HDX 3D technology for thin and zero clients, enabling organisations to virtualise and centrally deliver 3D graphics-intensive applications like CAD/CAM, 3D solids modelling, and HD multimedia.

“Dell is pleased to expand its desktop virtualisation solutions in Australia offering our customers the broadest portfolio of end-to-end cloud client computing offerings,” Dell general manager and vice president, Cloud Client Computing, Tarkan Maner, said.

“These new solutions enable us to offer our customers and channel partners even more choice in designing, implementing and managing their VDI solutions.”

Citrix vice-president of marketing and partner engagement, Krishna Subramanian, said that “with an increasingly mobile workplace, the demand for desktop virtualisation is accelerating. To address this need, Dell and Citrix are focused on delivering simple, repeatable, end-to-end solutions in the DVS portfolio that streamline deployment and management while expanding the addressable use cases.”

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