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Tegile Systems' IntelliFlash Arrays Certified with VMware Horizon View 6.0

NEWARK, Calif., Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/-- Tegile Systems, the leading provider of flash-driven storage arrays for databases, virtualized server and virtual desktop environments, announced today that its line of IntelliFlash™ storage arrays have been certified for use with the newly-announced VMware Horizon View 6.0 to deliver virtual or remote desktops and applications as part of a single platform to ensure the best possible user experience.

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VMware Horizon View 6.0 delivers virtualized and remote desktops and applications through a single platform and supports end users with access to all of their Windows and online resources through a unified workspace, providing all the resources they want at the speed and efficiency they expect. Working closely with partners like Tegile allows VMware to certify solutions that address business challenges across a variety of use cases and deployment scenarios. This latest validation continues Tegile's commitment to VMware certification as part of its ongoing Horizon View family of virtualization solutions.

In addition to allowing organizations to extend the power of desktop and application virtualization to support workplace mobility, while driving greater levels of operational efficiency at lower costs, highlights of VMware Horizon View 6.0 include central management of virtual, physical and BYO images, desktops and applications delivered through a single platform, and a unified workspace with great user experience. 

Tegile IntelliFlash architecture extends the benefits of Horizon View 6.0 by keeping frequently accessed application data in flash while less frequently accessed user data can be stored on disk, allowing customers to leverage the most appropriate network topology for their applications and desktops. The high performance delivered by Tegile's IntelliFlash arrays is optimized to deliver the best user experience possible for application and desktops. Additionally, Tegile's VM-aware storage management tools shift storage management from a LUN/file system/RAID group granularity to a VM granularity, making provisioning, monitoring and management of storage easy for virtualization managers.

"VDI continues to be adopted by businesses of all sizes looking to capitalize on the benefits of virtualization, consolidation and centralization of desktop management and VMware is certainly one of the leading platforms adopted for this purpose," said Rob Commins, Tegile vice president of marketing. "By certifying our IntelliFlash solutions with the latest version of VMware Horizon View, we are able to deliver a richer desktop experience while dramatically reducing the amount of storage required in order to provide a consistent and optimal end-user experience."

About Tegile Systems

Tegile Systems is pioneering a new generation of intelligent flash arrays that balance performance, capacity, features and price for virtual server, virtual desktop and database applications.With Tegile's line of all-flash and hybrid storage arrays, the company is redefining the traditional approach to storage by providing a family of arrays that accelerate business critical enterprise applications and allow customers to significantly consolidate mixed workloads in virtualized environments.

Tegile's patented IntelliFlash technology accelerates performance and enables inline deduplication and compression of data so each array has a usable capacity far greater than its raw capacity. Tegile's award-winning solutions enable customers to better address the requirements of server virtualization, virtual desktop integration and database integration than any other offerings. Featuring both NAS and SAN connectivity, Tegile arrays are easy-to-use, fully redundant and highly scalable. They come complete with built-in snapshot, remote-replication, near-instant recovery, onsite or offsite failover, and VM-aware features. Additional information is available at www.tegile.com. Follow Tegile on Twitter @tegile.

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