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Ensure Virtual Desktop Performance with a Graphics Processor
Traditionally, virtual desktop graphics have been rendered using general-purpose CPUs. While these machines are effective, they can also slow down desktop workloads. For this reason, a graphics processor with parallel-processing capabilities is usually ideal.
This whitepaper discloses a solution that provides security and control over centralized desktop applications with a true “workstation experience” that simultaneously simplifies maintenance and management while enhancing end-user productivity.
Read on to learn about each aspect of this solution, and expand your virtual desktop knowledge.