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VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, or "VDI", is the term used for a new approach to the provisioning, delivery and management of user desktops in the enterprise. This architecture is comprised of multiple components, but primarily leverages the benefits gained from 'Hypervisor-enabled virtualization.' Predominantly used for the consolidation of x86 servers, in recent years, this type of virtualization has resulted in lower total cost of hardware ownership, higher utilization and an increased operational efficiency, as well as providing higher availability of data, applications, and systems.
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