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Accelerating VDI in hyperconvergence platforms

Posted by UDS Enterprise Team |

NodeWeaver today announced a collaboration agreement with VirtualCable, a pioneering Spanish company that develops and supports UDS Enterprise, a VDI connection broker to deploy and manage Windows and Linux virtual desktops, applications and other remote desktop services.

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This technology alliance will enable NodeWeaver to offer a best-in-class VDI solution as a prepackaged appliance inside its hyperconvergence platform, which is based on OpenNebula and integrates distributed storage, SDN and private cloud functionalities in a single package.

The power of both solutions is aiming to create a turnkey platform to easily manage and deploy top performance virtual desktops and applications with multiple hypervisors, authenticators and connection protocols running simultaneously.

As a result of this partnership, any NodeWeaver customer will get a 10 users UDS Enterprise subscription at no cost; any upgrade can be performed in-place with no downtime, with a full spectrum of subscriptions featuring full support and software updates.

With NodeWeaver as hyperconvergence platform and UDS Enterprise as VDI connection broker, any company deploying desktop virtualization can build a strong, secure, efficient and high-performance infrastructure with distributed storage.

“By working with NodeWeaver, we are helping mutual customers to build an easy to manage, flexible, scalable and cost-effective VDI solution running in a next generation reliable and secure hyperconvergence platform”, explains Félix Casado, CEO of VirtualCable.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to offer to our customers one of the easiest to use and better integrated VDI broker solution on the market”, comments Carlo Daffara, NodeWeaver’s CTO. “UDS Enterprise perfectly complements our offering, and targets one of the most requested features among our SME and Public Administration users”.


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