VDI performance comparison: Dell PowerEdge FX2 and FC430 Servers with VMware Virtual SAN

VDI performance comparison: Dell PowerEdge FX2 and FC430 Servers with VMware Virtual SAN

This Principled Technologies test shows the results between two VDI solutions looking at the number of virtual sessions each solution could support. Find out the full results in the report.

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