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Technology Experience Trends: Accelerate Workflow With VDI

Enterprises are turning to GPU-accelerated virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to collaborate on large models and access the most intensive graphics applications. Dell Technologies turns to AMD EPYC processors for powerful results.

Remote work has become the new normal, and organizations must enable their workforce to be productive. Enterprises are turning to GPU-accelerated virtual desktop infrastructure to allow professionals to collaborate on large models and access the most intensive graphics applications.

“From the perspective of what AMD EPYC CPU-based PowerEdge servers have done, together we’ve addressed that need for a system to have increased processor compute capability. I mean the density just has gone way, way up, whether you’re on a single-socket server or a dual-socket server,” says David Melendrez, Dell global account manager at AMD.

The ability for VDI anytime on any device has now become part of that critical requirement. Dell EMC Ready Solutions for VDI provides a baseline for customers to move forward with a tested, validated and supported design.

“You might start at a small VDI pod and then expand it across your user base over time and reach out to different personas. You might start with task workers and then eventually move out to more of your CAD, CAM or engineering type workers,” says Allen Clingerman, chief technology strategist, server+workloads, North America channels at Dell Technologies.

Dell Technologies gives customers the best performance and support for all their GPU deployment. Workloads are optimized with the power of up to six single-wide GPUs on the PowerEdge R7525, powered by 3rd gen AMD EPYC processors.

“We think about a simplified experience. We are the last broad provider from an end-to-end perspective in the technology space. From PowerEdge to VxRail, to storage, to thin clients, to laptops, software, security, and of course, VMware with Horizon. It’s everything all in one place,” says Clingerman.

You can learn more about Dell EMC Ready Solutions for VDI at Dell Technologies.com.

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