STEC PCIe Solid-State Drives Boost I/O Performance in VDI Environments
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Virtual desktop infrastructure is growing in popularity, and saving a lot of organizations time, money, and administration headaches.

But one of the major challenges that many run into with VDI is ensuring adequate storage I/O performance. Boot storms, anti-virus scans, and VM administrative tasks spike I/O demand from 10 to 1,000 times the average. The result is slow, unresponsive user desktops, lower user productivity, and lower desktop consolidation ratios.

Check out this comprehensive white paper to explore how you can save yourself a lot of time, money, and administrative headaches by sizing storage I/O for peak demand, not average I/O utilization. Learn how you can:

  • Perform VM administrative tasks such as snapshots, clones, and migrations faster
  • Achieve higher desktop consolidation ratios by supporting more virtual desktops per server
  • Reduce need for costly SAN or NAS storage
  • Lower TCO of your VDI project
  • And more
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