I'm thinking once again about the desktop virtualization in our company.
Actually there are 2 known ways doing this, first one is to have users' "desktops" on the terminal server and let they use i.e. RDP.
The second one is possible because we already have VMWare ACE and a fast enough removable SSDs (i.e. Verbatim 64GB SSD for the expresscard) which can host a whole desktop and run it anywhere with some hardware abstraction like VMWare.
However both ways are pretty slow for the modern office software, especially for the modern IDEs. Multimedia is another big problem. I'm afraid noone would switch to the virtual desktop if he can't play even youtube videos. VMWare is a little bit better than RDP but still has a big problems playing videos, also it has enough of the mouse lags in the fullscreen which could be a very annoying for the everyday use as a primary system.
Is there any other software I don't know? Or any other way?