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Centralized Desktop Infrastructure (CDI) delivers the many advantages of virtualization minus the multifaceted and time-consuming layering, adjustments, verification, and administrative red tape.
CDI is an ideal solution for fast-paced deployments where users implement business-critical applications and graphics-intensive rendering. Hence, the kind of work they do should not involve shared processing, memory, and storage.
Putting the ClearCube philosophy into practice, CDI effectively clears the cube for the end users. Now, you can boost performance and eliminate the clutter, system security threats, electricity costs, desk-diving, duplicate software licensing, and manageability hassles of a typical PC environment.
Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (formerly XenApps and XenDesktops) further add to the already dynamic IT landscape that you get by adopting our CDI range. These solutions combined makes for cutting-edge and unrivaled computing performance at all touch points.
You can probably imagine the nightmares of managing a distributed PC setting in a world that demands competitiveness through smart IT practices.
We bring you the ClearCube way of virtualization: central, efficient, secure, and easily manageable.
OS patches are now only a click away. Want to achieve speedy scalability? It is all a simple matter of plug-and-play. Working on disaster recovery? We can help you get your business back on track online fast.
Clear the cube with Smart VDI™. Finish the bulk and do away with the security risks, power costs, desk-diving, duplicate software licensing, and administrative issues of PC deployments without compromising on performance.
Now, you can achieve all this and even more benefits of end-to-end virtualization with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops.
Witness the true power of an iconic tech duo. You receive the complete CVDI range which combines the power of traditional dedicated IT hardware with the control, flexibility, and resource consolidation capabilities of VDI. CVDI takes care of any issues that organizations and companies experience when allocating and maintaining IT assets for their staff. This solution is also perfect for enterprise attempting to keep up with rapid and overwhelming technological advancements.
Together with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, IT infrastructure performance and lifecycle is highly proactive and resilient even in the most demanding circumstances.
A thin client is a lightweight computer that has been optimized for establishing a remote connection with a server-based computing environment. The server does most of the work, which can include launching software programs, crunching numbers, and storing data. This contrast with a fat client or a conventional personal computer; the former is also intended for working in a client–server model but has significant local processing power, while the latter aims to perform its function mostly locally.
A Zero Client is a form of ultra-Thin Client device with little to no processing, memory and storage parts. This endpoint incorporates a purpose-built processor to transmit pixels instead of data to the end user’s desktop. A typical Zero Client integrates high-quality multimedia and delivers a PC-like user experience in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure VDI environments.
A blade PC is a form of client or personal computer (PC). In conjunction with a client access device (usually a thin client) on a user’s desk, the supporting blade PC is typically housed in a rack enclosure, usually in a datacenter or specialised environment. Together, they accomplish many of the same functions of a traditional PC, but they also take advantage of many of the architectural achievements pioneered by blade servers.