Dell showcased its VDI solutions at Cloud Client Computing Partner Meet at Bangalore. This is Dell’s first partner event on VDI in India post its merger with EMC Corporation.
BANGALURU: “With our combined scale, portfolio, reach and resources, we are now confident that our partners can look to Dell as a single unified source for integrated VDI solutions across endpoints, cloud and infrastructure,” said Milind Yedkar, General Manager, Asia Pacific & Japan, Cloud Client Computing at Dell. “Our partners play a formidable role in driving our continued business success across India as well as across Asia Pacific and Japan region and I am looking forward to working with them on delivering promise of virtualized and secure work environment for today’s mobile workforce.”
“Today’s knowledge worker requires access to highly efficient, powerful systems and tools that will enable them to innovate, collaborate and share information in a secure environment,” said Santosh Pandey, Country Manager for India, Cloud Client Computing at Dell. Our VDI solutions provide the performance and capabilities that knowledge workers require in today’s virtualized desktop environments and furthermore our solutions are easy to deploy and manage as well.”
A key highlight of the event was live demonstration of complete portfolio of cloud client computing solutions for India market at Dell’s R&D center in Bangalore. Leading the demonstration Elavarasu Krishnan, Director of Engineering, Cloud Client Computing said, “We have over 430 patents granted for innovation in cloud client-computing, thin client design, management and security and our enterprise-class thin client can be easily scaled for deployments to tens of thousands of devices, and offers a low total cost of ownership by reducing IT’s time on ongoing management and maintenance.”
Commenting on strategic importance of the partner event Ramkaran Rudravaram, CEO of RCU Innovation Pvt. Ltd., said “Transformation of user workspace begins with Dell Cloud-Client Computing. I am impressed by the breadth and depth of product offering in the client marketplace catering to stationary and mobile users. It is imperative to use the client strategy to improve the cyber security posture of the enterprises.”