Parallels offers Nutanix Ready VDI solution for SMEs and SMBs


Parallels, a global leader in cross-platform solutions, has announced that its Parallels Remote Application Server is a Nutanix Ready solution that leverages the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud to simplify and dramatically reduce the total cost of virtual desktop and application delivery to any device.

The partnership with Nutanix can reduce total hardware and software costs for IT departments by as much as much as 70% compared to traditional virtual desktop and application delivery solutions, empowering IT departments at SMEs and SMBs to simplify VDI and get a better return on investment. Businesses struggling with the costs and complexity of VDI now have an easy to implement and simple to maintain solution to remotely deliver Windows applications and desktops.

Robert Young, Research Director, IT Service Management and Client Virtualization Software, IDC, said, “The benefits of VDI have primarily been limited to enterprises that could afford the significant expense and deal with its complexity. Fortunately, today’s new hardware and alternative software solutions for delivering Windows apps and desktops to any device make VDI simpler and more affordable. Now both SMEs and SMBs can use VDI efficiently to support more devices, while realizing ongoing cost savings from streamlined IT support, extended hardware life, and increased productivity.”

Jack Zubarev, President of Parallels, said, “We are pleased to offer SMEs and SMBs a VDI solution that combines our Parallels RAS solution with the Nutanix platform to simplify VDI and provide a better return on investment. Businesses struggling with the costs and complexity of expensive VDI software now have an easy to implement and simple to maintain solution to remotely deliver Windows applications and desktops.”

For more details, kindly refer to this blog post on the Nutanix blog.

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