VDI, in short, enables people to work anywhere, any time, on any device, for any application. It allows organizations to transform their workforces without compromising on security or a high-quality user experience. VDI also streamlines IT operations and cost management through a simplified approach to user management. The key benefits of VDI are:
- Access from anywhere—Maintain access to your desktops and applications no matter where you are, enabling you to run applications or full desktops anywhere, on any device.
- Security—Allow users to access and interact with sensitive data without it ever crossing the corporate firewall, helping you to maintain security without sacrificing productivity.
- High performance—Provide workstation-level performance and beyond for critical users wherever they are, based on AMD EPYC CPUs and NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) technology.
In particular for this solution, the 3rd Generation AMD EPYC line is the latest data center server processor from AMD that sets a higher standard for data centers, compatible with the 2nd Generation EPYC, but with significantly higher performance. Its "Hardened at the Core" protection helps defend against side-channel attacks, and its secure, encrypted virtualization features help keep your data safe. The processor's agility helps you to manage new deployments and changing workloads with the system resources you need, simply and cost-effectively.
In addition to performance, this VDI solution based on the 3rd Generation AMD EPYC processor provides:
- Customer choice in VDI and data center solutions with respect to processor vendor
- Superior performance for complex workloads, such as VDI
- Diversification against security weaknesses, such as side channel vulnerabilities
- High core count options for VDI use cases, which drives dense server configurations and high user density per host