BOXX Pro VDI solutions offer a unique scale-out approach to VDI which are engineering and optimized to maximize 3D productivity.
- 10-core Intel® Core™ i7 2.1GHz processor OVERCLOCKED to 4.2GHz
- 128GB DDR4-2400 memory
- 1 x NVIDIA® Quadro™ M2000 graphics
- 240GB SATA 6GB/s SSD
- Microsoft® Windows™ 10
VDI FOR POWER USERS
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is a technology that enables an organization to host many users on a single physical server. While this is a viable approach for the majority of your enterprise, special consideration and configurations need to be considered for your power users.
BOXX XDI (Xtreme Desktop Infrastructure) is a philosophy towards VDI which focuses on optimized solutions that preserve critical application performance for users of graphics intense applications.
When considering VDI, you need to clearly understand what is driving your organization’s desire to virtualize. If the reason is strictly to reduce up front hardware costs, you may be setting yourself up for diasappointment. Since power users require a high performance virtual machine, it's not practical to host dozens of users on a single server. Therefore, the price/user for a virtualized solution will typically be higher than a bare metal workstation. So why bother with virtualization?
There are many benefits other than hardware consolidation,
which may be appealing to your organization. These benefits include...
With a virtual workstation, you can access all of your professional applications and assets from anywhere on your organization’s LAN using a zero client device. Or, you can access a virtual workstation remotely from anywhere with an internet connection using Teradici’s PCoIP® Software Client for worstation use.
As mentioned above, VDI allows your users to access digital assets on a central server. Sensitive data never has to leave your server room. Additionally, our implementation features 256 Bit suite B Encryption.
BOXX customers tend to work with extremely large data sets. Virtual workstations have the added benefit of centralizing these data sets. Remote users don’t need to transfer large files from your organization’s server to their location, as found with a traditional VPN. Instead, big data remains in your server room and “lightweight” pixels are streamed to the remote user.
IT can centralize data and applications in the data center with full control over hardware resources and end user profiles.