Sun Releases VDI 3.1

Here's some more desktop virtualization news from Sun - Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Software 3.1 is available today.

You can download it here.

With Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Software 3.1 customers can deploy a number of virtual desktop operating systems, including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2000, OpenSolaris, Ubuntu and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, and access these operating systems from a variety of client devices -- such as traditional PCs or Macs, energy-efficient Sun Ray thin clients, or thin clients from other vendors.

The open architecture of Sun VDI Software 3.1 now gives users access to a broader choice of client devices and virtualization hosts -- increasing flexibility, management efficiency and data security. This release adds Microsoft Hyper-V as a new virtualization host. Now IT architects can choose their preferred virtualization technology - built-in Sun virtualization,VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V or even use a mixture of the three supported platforms.

Sun VDI Software 3.1 also includes a number of additional features, also available as part of the recently announced Sun Ray Software 5, including the new Sun Desktop Access Client, improved Adobe Flash performance and greater peripheral device support to virtual desktops through USB redirection to Windows.

For more on VDI 3.1, check out the latest Think Thin post by Chris Kawalek



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