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Georgia Tech - XtremIO delivers incredible VDI user experience

Case Study Published By: EMC
EMC
Published:  Dec 18, 2014
Type:  Case Study
Length:  3 pages

The business challenge that prompted the COE IT Team, in partnership with the Georgia Tech Office of Information Technology (OIT), to investigate flash storage array technology can be summed up in two words: login storm. “Imagine you have 150 students coming into a lecture hall, turning on their laptops, trying to connect at the same time to the VDI infrastructure, and then launching something like MATLAB [a sophisticated technical computing application],” says Didier Contis, Director of IT Services for COE. 

Georgia's Tech's Case Study provides information on how XtremIO delivers incredible VDI user experience for performance-heavy engineering applications.

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