Ars Technica: Citrix isn’t just for telecommuting, Red Bull Racing uses it at the track

During a Formula One Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing places hundreds of sensors on the car to gather data that is used to refine the cars throughout the season. Each race weekend, nearly a terabyte of data is gathered in this manner and shared in real time with a dedicated team of engineers. Thanks to an MPLS connection and XenDesktop, those engineers never have to leave Red Bull Racing’s data center in the U.K. Read this Ars Technica article with Red Bull Racing CIO Matt Cadieux to learn more about how these massive amounts of data are shared instantly from around the world.

To view the complete article, please visit Ars Technica.