nimboxx logoHyper-Converged Infrastructure Platform Improves End User Experience While Reducing Management Cost and Complexity

AUSTIN, Texas October 27th, 2014–NIMBOXX, creator of the atomic unit of the software-defined data center, today announced a partnership with VDIworks to deliver its award-winning desktop virtualization solution on the NIMBOXX data center-in-a-box. The joint offering will leverage the NIMBOXX hyper-converged infrastructure platform to reduce the cost and complexity of managing VDI deployments, while improving performance and the end user experience.

VDIworks’ Virtual Desktop Platform is an end-to-end VDI management system that combines connection brokering, VM management, health, alerting, inventory, physical management and broad support for remote protocols, all in a pre-integrated application. The solution is used by organizations ranging from SMBs to large enterprises in education, healthcare, financial services and technology to reduce desktop maintenance, improve management, provide a more reliable experience, and provide disaster recovery and backup.

With NIMBOXX, VDIworks can reduce the backend infrastructure by 50 percent, drastically lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO). The NIMBOXX systems also provide a dramatic increase in I/O, allowing VDIworks to deliver the lowest per-desktop VDI pricing while providing a flawless end user experience every time.

There are many components in a typical desktop virtualization solution that are often provided by different vendors and are not integrated. This segregation can lead to complexity, IT staff training issues, management complexity and vendor management issues, said Muhammad Umair, vice president of software group at VDIworks. Switching to NIMBOXX for the back-end systems is allowing us to deliver a high performance virtual desktop experience to power users and task workers alike, for significantly less cost and complexity than other solutions.

We’re delivering an out-of-the-box experience that eliminates the cost and complexity of traditional VDI deployments for a much more reliable, predictable, performant end user experience, said David Cauthron, founder and CTO of NIMBOXX. Even better, we’re allowing organizations to start small and scale up as their business needs evolve. We’re thrilled to be working with VDIworks as one of the leaders in the VDI space, and we’re excited to help them accelerate the deployment of virtual desktops for customers across all industries.

For more information visit: http://www.nimboxx.com/support/realizing-the-benefits-of-vdi.

About NIMBOXX

NIMBOXX converges servers, storage, networking and security into a single system, providing the easiest and most affordable way to deploy a software-defined data center. By owning the entire stack from top to bottom, NIMBOXX delivers extreme simplicity, smoking performance and greatly reduced costs. That means you get all the benefits of the hyper-scale data center model enjoyed by the biggest cloud vendors, minus the complexity and costs. NIMBOXX is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Learn more at www.nimboxx.com or @NIMBOXX.

About VDIworks

VDIworks makes easy-to-use software that enables IT managers to centrally create, deploy and manage virtual desktop infrastructure. The company’s technology is based on more than 20 patents and is built on five generations of proven success with enterprise environments. VDIworks offers ultimate flexibility and preserves customer choice by giving customers the ability to deploy the right solution for the right user type, utilize any back-end hardware, end-point user access device or virtualization technology for desktop virtualization. The VDIworks Virtual Desktop Platform streamlines and simplifies virtual desktop deployments, enabling IT organizations to gain improved management and control, ensuring data and asset security, delivering a superior end-user experience, and ensuring the business continuity and cost reductions promised by desktop virtualization to companies around the world. For more information on VDIworks, visit http://www.vdiworks.com.