ServerPark unveils commercial version of its Hybrid VDI
By Digital News Asia January 28, 2014
- Enables enterprises to deliver mission-critical applications and desktops as a cloud service
- Offline feature allows users to access cloud applications and data even when not connected
KUALA LUMPUR-based enterprise cloud provider ServerPark Sdn Bhd has announced the commercial release of its ServerPark Hybrid VDI, a VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) platform that it said connects end-users to their data, applications and desktops from any device, anywhere.
ServerPark Hybrid VDI enables enterprises to deliver mission-critical applications and desktops as a cloud service, the company said in a statement.
Its unique offline feature allows end-users to access their cloud applications and data even when they are not connected to the enterprise network.
"The key drivers of VDI adoption include cost reduction, more secure data and the ability to access applications anywhere and in any place,” said Ken Cheok, senior vice president at ServerPark.
“ServerPark virtualisation has helped our customers deliver cloud services for both online and offline users, without the risk of productivity loss,” he added.
The global VDI market has been witnessing growing demand for cloud-based VDI, ServerPark said. A study by Visiongain has determined that the value of the global cloud-based VDI market in 2013 reached US$13.4 billion, and will continue to grow at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 14.77% through 2015.
To date, ServerPark VDI has been deployed to over 80,000 users across the education, enterprise and government sectors, the company claimed.
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