Last week, VLCM treated its New Mexico customers to an informative presentation on HP VDI at the Sandia Tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Sandia Tramway
The Sandia Tramway is quite a spectacle—offering the third longest span of tramway in the world. The tram itself starts at the northeast corner of Albuquerque and extends all the way to the crest of the Sandia Mountains near the city.
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After a brief presentation by Monica Madrid, Josh Linton, VLCM’s VP of Technology, presented on the many advantages that come from a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) from HP.
VLCM has been an HP partner now for over 20 years, and feels privileged to provide their industry-leading products. VDI is just another example of how HP strives to offer the best products in the best way.
HP VDI solutions involve the virtualization of a company’s user platforms. Is a static environment, for every desktop removed, there is a virtual desktop to replace it. This allows a company to assign their users desktops that are run on a virtual host. This is done through a remote connection via a virtual machine’s name or IP address.
VLCM and HP’s VDI
VLCM employs experts in the field of virtualization in order to offer our customers products and services that will actually meet and exceed their needs. VLCM brings the proper technology into the business planning process and aligns its customers’ vision with the right products and professional on-site service through our skilled an experienced engineers.