Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, sometimes referred to as virtual desktop interface [VDI] is the server computing model enabling desktop virtualization, encompassing the hardware and software required to support the virtualized environment.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is the desktop virtualization concept where a “Virtualized copy” of the desktop is located on a server in the data center, running as a Virtual machine on a hypervisior, instead of on the local PC. This enables users to remotely access there Virtual desktops on any end-point device, such as PC, laptops or Thin client from anywhere.

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