Intel IT: Streaming and Virtual Hosted Desktop Study Phase 2
Intel IT conducted an internal technology evaluation to determine how using the latest hardware and software, such as Intel® Xeon® processor X5570 and Microsoft Windows 7*, affects server and network utilization as well as the performance of streamed and virtual hosted desktop (VHD) compute models. This followed a previous study that compared streaming and VHD.1 Our current findings indicate that streaming provides better server loading and a more positive user experience.
Read the full Streaming and Virtual Hosted Desktop Study Phase 2 White Paper.
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