by Dell, Inc.
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Published on: January 31, 2013
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Desktop virtualization offers organizations a multitude of benefits. Unfortunately, costs and management associated with storage for VDI deployments can be a significant challenge. VDI storage must have the capacity to store not only desktop virtual machines, but also end-user data.
This informative paper provides insight into industry-leading state-of-the-art hybrid arrays that combine SSDs and traditional HDDs in the same chassis to cost-effectively ensure maximum VDI performance. Read on now to find out how this innovative approach stacks up against other VDI deployments and discover the specific benefits it can provide.