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Kawasaki Opens its Hood to Successful VDI Strategy

KawasakiIn 1974, Kawasaki became the first foreign vehicle manufacturer to open a plant in the U.S. Today, Lincoln, Nebraska is home to their 2.5 million square foot manufacturing facility employing 1,000+ workers - all needing desktops with different applications.

On November 29th, IS Manager Paul Kramer of Kawasaki will be holding a webinar to explain how they transitioned into a virtual environment and the different products that make up the company’s VDI ecosystem including Tintri storage, Dell servers, Citrix XenDesktop®, and Unidesk®.

Ed Lee, lead architect from Tintri, will also be on the webinar to help answer any storage questions. Prior to working at Tintri, Ed was the Principal Systems Architect at Data Domain and was also one of the original members of the Berkeley RAID team. Ed’s experience with storage is one of the deepest in the industry.

If you are interested in learning more about how to expand or begin your VDI project, watch the replay.

 

Paul Kramer
Paul Kramer
Information Systems Manager
Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., USA

Ed Lee
Ed Lee
Lead Architect
Tintri, Inc.

Date: Thursday, November 29th
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Mark Fisher / Nov 16, 2012

Mark is currently the Senior Director of Marketing at Tintri, responsible for worldwide demand generation and inbound marketing.

Previously, Mark spent 8 years in digital marketing at Quin...more

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