Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Desktop virtualization is a computing environment in which some or all components of the system, including operating system and applications, reside in a protected environment, isolated from the underlying hardware and software platforms. The virtualization layer controls interactions between the virtual environment and the rest of the system. Essentially, servers host desktop environments specific to each user and stream applications and operating systems to the desktop.
Many companies have implemented desktop virtualization (also referred to as
VDI) paired with the use of 10ZiG thin clients to increase security, improve manageability, and free valuable resources.
Hardware optimized for virtualization
10ZiG, formerly BOSaNOVA, offers a wide-range of hardware options optimized for desktop
virtualization (VDI.) Our thin clients include traditional logic
units, wireless thin clients, and small form factor energy efficient units.
for our thin client comparison chart.
5 Connection Brokers pre-installed
10ZiG thin clients include 5 different connection brokers pre-installed - 2X, Leostream, Ericom's PowerTerm Webconnect, Citrix XenDesktop, VMware View, and
Support for many Hypervisors
10ZiG thin clients support a long
list of hypervisors. Contact us for more details.
Read about how 10ZiG Thin Clients work with the following virtualization
Ericom’s PowerTerm® WebConnect
Benefits of VDI include:
- Centralized management
- Increased security
- A complete desktop experience
- Increased flexibility
- Hardware independence
- Resource pooling
- Cost savings
For more details, read the 10ZiG article "How Desktop Virtualization Can Lower Costs and Raise Productivity."
Contact us at 866-865-5250 or info@10ZiG.com for a free 30-day trial or for more information.