Rich Media Experience In a VDI Environment: What Do You Need To Make It Happen?
Are you considering the move from traditional desktops to virtual desktops to address security, disaster recovery and power usage and management issues inherent in traditional desktops? Do you expect to have a rich media experience in your virtual desktop environment? In this session learn about what you need to take into consideration to deliver that experience for your users. Is it easily done? What components do you need? Learn how HP is addressing these issues to deliver a rich media experience with VDI.
Technical Overview Session
Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor
Kent Biggs( HP ), Tim Majni( HP )
Kent has been with HP (and previously Compaq) for over 18 years serving in various R&D functions including Compaq graphics hardware and software development, desktop PC development, operating systems architecture, and VoIP / real-time communications. Most recently (past 4 years) he has been working in the Personal Systems Group, developing HPs Thin Clients and Server Based Computing architectures including embedded operating systems, embedded hardware architectures, remote protocols, manageability, and rich user experiences. Kent is a Master Level HP Technologist and has his Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
Tim has been with HP (also Compaq) for over 12 years serving in various R&D functions including the industry's first hot plug memory system based on Intel technology, operating systems architecture, performance modeling, DAS storage, iSCSI storage, and most recently remote desktop access. Currently, he is working in the virtualization software group in ISS, integrating HPs broad set of technologies into a complete VDI solution. Tim is a Master Level HP Technologist and has his Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin.
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