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Role of vCenter in VMware View Scalability

By: John Dodge, Director, VMware End User Computing VMware View Large Scale Design Series, Episode 2: Core View Infrastructure. The second in a series of posts enabling large scale VMware View designs and deployments. Future posts will look at Security Servers, vCenter server, View Composer, Connection Server component interaction, and more.  In Demystifying Large Scale View Designs...

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Avaya Extends Unified Communications to VMware View Desktops

By: Tony Huynh. Sr. Product Manager, VMware End User Computing VMware is excited to announce that as part of the Avaya R1 Release, Avaya has added support for rich Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) using Avaya one-X communicator with VMware View desktops. To enable enterprise-grade UC with Avaya one-X communicator on VDI desktops, Avaya implemented a new plugin that performs media signaling and media processing  – Avaya VDI...

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How to Calculate the Real Cost of VDI

When calculating the costs of implementing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), it’s important to look past the initial upfront investment and take into account the long-term costs and savings too. During a recent Google+ Hangout, Rick Varju of Foley & Lardner LLP discussed the preliminary costs and long term benefits of VDI, showing how IT professionals can present a strong business case by reducing technology costs over time...

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Tera2 Zero Clients are now VMware Ready Certified

View customers who are looking to push the PCoIP® performance envelope will have been excited by Teradici’s announcement earlier this year on the new Tera2 zero client chipset: up to 5x the performance of the Tera1 clients, dual or quad display capabilities, while benefiting from greater than 50% lower bandwidth usage and lower power consumption. VMware’s certification team has been hard at work checking out the new Tera2 zero...

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VMware View Client for Mac Adds USB Support

The VMware View Client for Mac 1.7 now allows you to redirect your locally attached USB devices from the local Mac to your View desktop. You can now copy a file to a thumb flash drive, save a picture from a camera or print a document to your local printer, all from your View desktop. To start, you just need to turn on USB services the first time, by selecting “Start remote desktop USB services” from the USB drop down. From then on,...

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