Cloud VDI

CloudJumper to Build Upon 200% YoY Growth Rate as Company Prepares to Deliver Next Generation Solutions in 2019

CloudJumper, a leading provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Workspace as a Service (WaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions, today announced that its 2018 revenues doubled the previous year as adoption of its Cloud Workspace Management Suite software increased among customers globally. The company is positioned to continue its upward trajectory in 2019 as organizations focus on improving employee productivity and lowering IT costs. 

According to analysts, the global desktop virtualization market is expected to reach USD $8.9 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 10.27% from 2018-2023 (the forecast period) . VDI, DaaS, and WaaS have become mainstream IT strategies for companies of all sizes as the technology lowers the expenditure for hardware, system administration and maintenance costs. With business mobility and cloud computing transforming the IT sector, this technology segment is expected to enable the transition, helping businesses to meet the needs of users more effectively and securely.


Nerdio Progresses in the VMware vCloud Air Network

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Adar, Inc., creator of industry-leading ITaaS platform Nerdio, today announced it has been upgraded in the VMware vCloud Air Network as an Enterprise-level Service Provider.

The VMware vCloud Air Network provides organizations with VMware-based enterprise-class security and infrastructure compatibility, with the freedom to readily move workloads among private, public and hybrid clouds.

Using proven VMware technology customers already use in their existing data centers, VMware vCloud Air Network Service Providers can accelerate their business growth by offering customers trusted and secure public and hybrid cloud services.

Hive-IO partners with H.A. Services to deliver world class VDI and virtual server as a service

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Hive-IO, a leading software-defined infrastructure solution, today announced a partnership with H.A. Services, LLC, an innovative provider of advanced cloud managed services, to offer H.A.'s customers the most advanced, simplified and economical server and desktop virtualization as a service.

"We have partnered with Hive-IO because the utility fabric enables us to deliver high performance and scalable desktops and infrastructure that is world class.   This is the same technology used by large financial institutions and H.A. Services can now deliver this same level of performance to its customers of all sizes." -- John Gallagher, Director of Business Development, H.A. Services

Cloud Computing: VDI and SBC performance testing now easier and more realistic than ever with Login VSI 4.0

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Login VSI B.V. announces 4.0, a major new release of its flagship product Login VSI, the industry standard performance and scalability testing tool for Virtual Desktop Infrastructures and Server Based Computing environments.

The design of this new release has been driven by extensive customer feedback programs, and production testing projects executed at multiple customer and vendor sites, including the tests done for the acclaimed independent research project Virtual Reality Check. Login VSI 4.0 makes testing of VDI and SBC environments easier and more realistic than ever before...

Cloud Computing: VMware Joins Open Source Software Institute

Grazed from TalkinCloud. Author: Christopher Tozzi.

Within the virtualization world, VMware (NYSE: VMW) can hardly claim to be more friendly to open source than competing platforms such as KVM and Xen. Nonetheless, the company has signed on as a leading member of the Open Source Software Institute (OSSI), a trade organization dedicated to promoting open source solutions in government. Is this a sign of renewed commitment to open source by VMware, or a more mercenary move by the company to protect its slice of the open source market? Here are some thoughts.

VMware's relationship with the open source community is a complex one. Most core commercial VMware products are not open source, but the company does maintain some open source tools. In addition, most of its virtualization solutions support Linux as well as proprietary operating systems. Still, now that open source virtualization platforms have matured to become as feature-rich and robust as many of VMware's tools—and are also available for free—the company faces an increasingly difficult market within the open source space...

Department of the Interior to give employees anywhere, anytime, any device access via cloud

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The Interior Department is working to give employees access to IT resources anywhere, anytime with any device enabled by cloud computing through DOI’s data center consolidation initiative. “I view cloud computing as helping us meet the needs of our dispersed workforce,” said Interior CIO Bernard Mazer.

With 2,400 locations, DOI is all over the place, Mazer noted. “We are there where [telecommunications] carriers are; we are there where carriers aren’t,” he said. As a result, DOI has to use a variety of tools to ensure that employees are supported no matter where they are located – in a refuge, a Bureau of Land Management office, a Bureau of Indian Affairs’ project or a national park in a remote hinterland. This support also includes access to the business applications associated with contract, financial and human resource management systems...

ViaWest Expands Cloud Portfolio With KINECTed VDI Service, Powered by Dizzion

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  • KINECTed VDI enables users to securely access their applications and data from any device, anytime, anywhere with increased security and control
  • CapEx reductions and mobile workforce enablement among the benefits of KINECTed VDI
  • KINECTed VDI joins the flexible, comprehensive suite of cloud services provided by ViaWest

ViaWest, one of the largest privately held data center, cloud computing and managed service providers in North America, announces the addition of KINECTed Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) service, powered by Dizzion, to its portfolio of KINECTed Cloud™ products.

How the cloud changes the virtual desktop landscape

Grazed from PCAdvisor. Author: Brandon Butler.

While cloud computing and virtualization, along with a focus on small and midsize businesses, are expected to be major trends at this year's VMworld show, the virtual desktop infrastructure players are looking to make some news this week as well.

Three big players - Citrix, Dell and HP - each made announcements last week regarding virtual desktop offerings, including new software from Citrix and new hardware components from Dell and HP. At least one analyst says the preparation for VMworld shows the growing importance of VDI technology in an increasingly cloud and mobile world...

CloudVDI to Use and Resell eG Innovations Advanced Performance Management Solutions

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CloudVDI, LLC and eG Innovations today announced a partnership in which CloudVDI will use eG Innovations advanced performance management solutions as an integral component in CloudVDI’s Virtual Desktop service. Cloud VDI will also resell eG Innovations products to its growing client base.

CloudVDI recently launched its Virtual Desktop subscription service, offering businesses the ability to run Windows OS and compatible software on any CPU and mobile device through CloudVDI's hosted servers. CloudVDI clients can set up and manage employee computing resources on an extremely cost-effective basis, with scalable access to up to 16+ Teraflops of computational power, 196 Gb of RAM, Dual Socket 8 Core processors and unlimited storage per Virtual Desktop. Processing power, memory and hard disk space are available on-the-fly so businesses can stay connected and productive, from any location, on any device - with no capital expenditure.