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[Press Release] Login VSI announces new performance index for Auto-Scaling virtual desktop infrastructures

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New index introduces objective comparison for HCI, Cloud and other large environments

Anaheim, CA: Today (May 9, 2018) software solution provider Login VSI (www.loginvsi.com), the industry leader in SBC, VDI and DaaS performance testing and active monitoring, introduces an important new feature and extension to their flagship product Login VSI for Load Testing.

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State of EUC 2018 – Closed

Its completed! The biggest End User Computing community survey has been closed and again the responses have been overwhelming. We’ve had more than 750 participants from over 55 countries which is 5 more than last year!

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[Press Release] Login VSI announces free Meltdown/Spectre Emergency Edition

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Meltdown and Spectre security patches may seriously affect Windows User Experience

Boston, MA: Today (January 17, 2018) software solution provider Login VSI (www.loginvsi.com), the industry leader in VDI and DaaS performance testing, announces the temporary availability of a free, full-production, license of their flagship product Login VSI to every organization using Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop, VMware Horizon, or Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS).

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[Press Release] Login VSI method achieves official patent status

Login VSI method achieves official patent status

 

An important next step for the de-facto industry standard in VDI performance testing

Boston, United States – October 16th, 2017: Login VSI (www.loginvsi.com), the industry leader in VDI and SBC performance testing, is proud to announce that the unique Login VSI methodology is now officially patented. After a four-year filing process, the formal patent has been awarded as of October 10, 2017. In addition to the method the patent protects widely used metrics such as VSImax, VSIbase and the VSI threshold, used by all major IT vendors in VDI reference architectures and presentations.

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[Press Release] Login VSI adds Predictive Power to Login PI

 

The next phase in virtualized desktop availability and performance testing

Barcelona, Spain – September 13th, 2017: Today Login VSI (www.loginvsi.com), the industry leader in VDI and SBC performance testing, announces the new version of Login PI, v2.1, which introduces new and highly anticipated predictive power to this fast-growing availability and performance testing solution.

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[Press Release] Login VSI Announces Multimedia Workload

 

VDI Like a Pro survey shows 2.5x growth of those using GPU in VDI and SBC solutions

August 30, 2017VMworld USALogin VSI, the industry standard in VDI and SBC performance and availability testing, announces the availability of the new Login VSI Multimedia Workload. This new workload helps organizations to more accurately test and scale their virtualized desktop environments leveraging GPUs, and to effectively mimic even the most diverse end-user populations.

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Join us at VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas

With VMworld Las Vegas only a month from now many of us have been or are wading through the session catalog including myself. I have to say the list of sessions are so good this year that I have to choose between overlapping sessions as winner Tuesday afternoon where I can pick from 4 interesting sessions at the same time.

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Custom Workloads

 

As a Sales & Support Engineer here at Login VSI, I am constantly working with current and prospective customers, helping them apply our virtual user technology to solve their unique testing and desktop performance problems. I’m often asked whether the Login VSI and Login PI software can handle “custom workloads,” that is, application workloads that run different applications or tasks than those contained in the array of standard workloads we include with the product. The answer of course is yes!

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