Tag: calculator

VDI Calculator v7 Now Available w/ major changes

Today I am releasing a new version on my VDI calculator, V7. This is a major release that include major improvements to the way VDI infrastructures are calculated, while also simplifying the process for people new to VDI sizing. I put a lot of effort into this release and had to make some big code changes to accommodate …

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VDI Calculator v6.5 is Now Available Raising Questions on VDI Market

Wow! What a phenomenal journey this VDI calculator has been through. It all started as an Excel spreadsheet in 2010 and later on evolving into a Flash based app and later into a Java based app. Since June 2013 when I implemented access counters using GoogleAnalytics this calculator has been used over 52,000 times by different sources, with United Stated and …

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VDI Calculator v6.2 is Now Available w/ Haswell support

Today I am announcing the general availability of the new VDI Calculator v6.2. This version introduces support for the Xeon E5-2600 V3 family of processors, based on Haswell microarchitecture, and Configure To Order (CTO) configurations for the Nutanix NX and Dell XC series.   Haswell E5-16xx/26xx v3 processors – Haswell is the successor to the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture, which …

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