Enterprise software maker Oracle has announced an updated version of its Sun Ray virtualisation client and its Virtual Desktop platform that claims of better features and added benefits with an aim to reduce the overall cost.
The power consumption can be lowered to a significant level by creating a virtual desktop on a user's machine, by the help of Sun Ray 3 Plus Client.
With the energy star certification of 5.0 this version can now feature in larger screens than the previous versions.
The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.1.1 has been aimed to pump up the performance of all virtual systems which is apart from offering a centralized managing platform for Linux and Solaris, the new VDI will also be compatible with Windows 7.
The Senior VP at Oracle, Wim Coekaerts, stated: "Oracle is committed to helping customers leverage the power of virtualisation through the most complete and integrated portfolio, spanning desktop, server, storage and middleware."
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