Dell Inc. launched its Desktop Virtualization Solutions for Government on August 20, an end-to-end desktop virtualization tool for its federal clients.
According to a Dell statement, the scalable DVS-Gov can provide secure remote network access for up to 50,000 users anywhere in the world.
Jere Carroll, general manager of civilian and intelligence agencies, Dell Federal, said DVS-Gov gives federal users the flexibility to perform missions anywhere.
“With IT becoming a vital tool government customers require to accomplish their mission, we at Dell are constantly looking for ways to empower these very important customers by giving them the flexibility they need,” added Caroll.
DVS-Gov is Dell’s first joint project with its recently acquired cloud computing firm, Wyse Technology.
Dell also worked with AppSense, ActiveIdentity, and OCONUS on the project.
According to Dell, DVS-Gov meets TAA, IPv6, Energy Star, and VPAT standards.