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V3 Systems Introduces V3 Desktop Cloud Orchestrator: The Next Generation in Virtual Desktop Management

V3 Systems, the industry leader in Desktop Cloud Computing (DCC), announced today availability of the V3 Desktop Cloud Orchestrator, a powerful new management addition to its industry-leading V3 Desktop Cloud Computing appliance. V3 Desktop Orchestrator empowers organizations to deliver and manage a dedicated pool with local storage virtual desktops with guaranteed performance, availability and high-density utilization across their entire enterprise.

V3 Desktop Cloud Orchestrator (V3 DCO) is the first management system specifically designed to simplify and improve the management of a virtual desktop environment and reduce the need for multiple management consoles. A key component of the V3 DCO is V3 Optimized Desktop Allocation (V3 ODA), a technology that delivers seamless virtual desktop recovery in the event of a failed virtual desktop appliance.

“V3 Systems continues to drive thought and technology leadership in the virtual desktop marketplace and the V3 Desktop Cloud Orchestrator is a shining example of our ability to deliver value to our customers,” said Peter Bookman, Chief Executive Officer for V3 Systems. “With V3 DCO our customers can deploy desktop cloud computing as a dedicated pool with local storage to improve business continuity and better leverage new mobility technologies across their entire enterprise.”

“V3 DCO with V3 ODA allows IT personnel to easily create, deploy, manage, fail over and update virtual pools, groups and users anywhere within a V3 Desktop Cloud Infrastructure,” said Chris Featherstone, Chief Technology Officer for V3 Systems. “If an appliance within the cloud fails, the technology allows IT to quickly restore hundreds of persistent desktops quickly with minimal lost data. This is a powerful new offering that changes how virtual desktops can be leveraged in any organization.”

Published Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:13 PM by David Marshall
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