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Virtual Bridges Intros Desktop Cloud Solution
March 08, 2013
Virtual Bridges, Inc. has introduced a desktop cloud solution capable of supporting fully-integrated multi-tenant operations available for enterprise customers and Managed Service Providers.
In a statement, Jim Porell, vice president of Emerging Technologies, CDS, said, “2013 is quickly becoming the year of the desktop cloud, with no end in sight. This latest release by Virtual Bridges allows managed service providers like CDS to offer our customers a path to a cost-effective Desktop Cloud as a Managed Service. We can efficiently share desktop cloud infrastructures across multiple customers without adding additional cost or complexity. Now not only can we offer on-premises and hosted solutions, but we can also offer hybrid models, meeting the unique needs of all of our customers.”
Designed with advanced multi-tenant management capabilities, roles-based delegation and bandwidth controls the new desktop cloud solution from Virtual Bridges enables IT administrators to quickly delegate and control privileges, efficiently divide consoles and computer resources, and define bandwidth limits.
Jim Curtin, founder and chief strategy officer, Virtual Bridges said, “Virtual Bridges is filling a void in the market for service providers and other enterprises who want to share VDI infrastructure across multiple customers while retaining control from a central location. As organizations of all sizes continue to embrace the cloud to transform the process of managing desktops, we will continue to lead the way in delivering Desktop Clouds as a Managed Service, optimizing security, eliminating performance gaps and creating more agile, cost-efficient networks.”
Virtual Bridges’ does not require any additional software, and does not generate additional network and hardware costs, and is available in on-premise, hosted service, or hybrid delivery models.
The latest version of the new Virtual Bridges’ desktop cloud solution provides benefits which include – improved storage as it cuts down the reading and writing of IOPS while substantially reducing CAPEX; Cloud Branch for enhanced performance, resiliency and support for branch offices and regional data centers without the need for added investment in upgrading of existing infrastructure; Multi-tenancy simplifies delivery of desktop services to multiple clients, as well as service providers keen on sharing VDI infrastructure in addition to supporting roles-based delegation of certain administrative tasks.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli
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