HP Services focuses on delivering desktop virtualization to customers in both outsourced and turn-key solution models. HP’s offering, called Client Virtualization Services (CVS), is based on Citrix XenDesktop, Citrix XenApp, Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 running on a HP server, storage, and networking converged infrastructure. HP provides the customers’ choice of server virtualization with Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer or VMware. HP delivers an entire solution that spans end user devices, networks, servers, storage, software, consulting, implementation services, and ongoing technical support.
HP Client Virtualization Services from ES provides an alternative to traditional desktop computing. HP ES hosts PC applications and virtual desktops on servers in a data center—yours or theirs—and delivers them to the user’s device on demand. Most of the software runs on the server. But to the user, it looks as if the application or OS is executing on his device.
Keeping data and applications centrally increases security for corporate data. And it avoids the expense of distributing and maintaining software on thousands of PCs. When you distribute new operating system versions, applications or patches, only a few data center servers must be updated. This drives down costs and makes it easier for enterprises to react to increases or reductions in numbers of workers.
For users, it enables access to their applications or virtual desktop from almost any location. And since Client Virtualization Services is a managed service, help is always a phone call or e-mail away.
HP Technology Services (HP TS) is primarily chartered with the implementation of HP hardware along with Windows 7 migrations and virtualization projects. HP TS can provide the design, implementation and integration of every component for a client virtualization solution from the desktop to the data center—including clients, storage, servers, network infrastructure and Citrix software.
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