ComputerVault Announces OEM Partnership with Extreme Networks

ComputerVault announces an OEM partnership with Extreme Networks and has certified its switches for use with ComputerVault enterprise software to deliver virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Extreme Networks industry leading switches deliver ComputerVault Virtual Desktops at faster than PC speeds in the LAN and WAN. “ComputerVault is very excited to work with Extreme Networks. Not only are their switches very reliable, but their exceptional performance guarantees a great user experience&rd...

ComputerVault Announces OEM Partnership with HPE

ComputerVault announces its OEM partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and has certified HPE ProLiant servers to host ComputerVault enterprise software to deliver virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Phillip Cutrone, vice president and general manager of Service Providers, OEM and Major Accounts at HPE, stated: “Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions have increas...

ComputerVault Certifies Intel Server System R1000WF Product Family

ComputerVault has certified the Intel Server System R1000WF for hosting ComputerVault Virtual Desktops. Testing was applied to many areas, e.g., CPU, I/O, Network, Storage, IOPS (Latency, Sequential and Random Reads) and Uptime, (see, the “ComputerVault Certifies the Intel Product Family” document at, www.computervault.com/oem-partners). The 1-U Intel Server System R1000WF Product Family exceeded all performance and uptime benchmarks required fo...

ComputerVault Certifies Lenovo ThinkPad, ThinkBook and ThinkCentre

ComputerVault certifies the following Lenovo personal computing devices as ComputerVault virtual desktop clients: Lenovo ThinkPad      Lenovo ThinkBook       Lenovo ThinkCentre By using Lenovo ThinkPads, ThinkBooks, ThinkCentres and Lenovo ThinkSystem servers with ComputerVault virtual deskto...

ComputerVault Real Time Audio and Video

ComputerVault has added support for Real-Time Video and Audio applications to its virtual desktops. Now local resources, such as a video cameras, speakers and a microphone, can be shared with the virtual desktops to allow video conferencing applications to run inside the virtual desktops. Users are no longer required to switch out of their virtual desktops and use their PC, laptop, tablet or phone to have a video conference. All peripheral devices connected to the thin or fat client used to access the virtual desktop, are available. With ComputerVault, you don’t have to switch out of your virtual desktop ...