Incorporates Cisco unified computing system servers
CSC has introduced two new Dynamic Desktop virtual desktop services, which incorporates Cisco Unified Computing System servers.
The new Dynamic Desktop 2.1 will incorporate Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and Microsoft System Centre management.
The offerings allows customers to deploy desktop virtualisation offerings and traditional desktop offerings across the enterprise.
In addition, the offering leverages the CSC Unified Desktop strategy and delivery services for an organisation’s entire desktop estate.
The company has joined with Microsoft, Citrix Systems, and NetApp as key partners to increase agility and security for users, while providing the right support mechanisms for large scale enterprises.
The new offering assist organisations in introducing their workforce to a flexible, virtual personal desktop environment available virtually anywhere, anytime, on any device.
CSC end user services global director Phil Grove said clients count on them to provide robust capabilities and market leading advice when meeting the challenges of enterprises with large end user desktop estates.
"The industry recognises CSC as leaders in the desktop virtualisation marketplace, and with this next generation platform, we offer a comprehensive set of Desktop Services and reinforce our focus on being the best partner for our clients," Grove said.