DALLAS, TX, April 17, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- CyberlinkASP, the leader in hosted virtual desktop and private cloud solutions, today announced the completion of the company's migration to solid state drives across its hosted virtual desktop network. In January CyberlinkASP began methodically converting provisioning servers and disk cache arrays in its Dallas facility to SSD.
"This has been a major initiative for us the past few months as more and more companies adopt our cloud based Citrix technologies," said Mason Cooper, Vice President of Information Technology, CyberlinkASP. "Customer demand and IO requirements are always increasing and we are continuously eager to make investments in better performance. Resource-intensive applications are becoming frequent requests as the popularity of VDI courses through new markets. Traditional platter-based drives simply could not keep up with our growing demand," said Cooper.
Solid state drives are now the de-facto standard for hosted virtual desktop infrastructure. Improving performance and scalability and optimizing the end user experience as well as the life cycle of hardware. The amount of transactions per dollar invested is increased significantly leading to higher margins and a lighter footprint. CyberlinkASP continues to set the standard for desktops-as-a-service. "The emerging virtual desktop market desperately needs innovation, and we're seeing that with CyberlinkASP," said Rachel Chalmers, VP Research, 451 Research. Providing remote access since 1999, CyberlinkASP has emerged as one of the industry's major thought leaders.
CyberlinkASP is an information technology (IT) managed services firm providing: hosted virtual desktops, private cloud hosting, and security services. We currently operate datacenters in Dallas, Chicago and London. Our clients include financial institutions, health care providers, insurance companies, cargo logistics businesses, and payment card processors among others. Providing cloud solutions since 1999, CyberlinkASP operates from the U.S. and is privately owned. Please visit www.cyberlinkasp.com