Motion Computing has converted its M1400 Tablet PC into a thin client device
January 2005 Archives
Do thin clients make sense in your corporate security strategy?
New handheld from Motorola packs a punch.
Wyse released the Winterm 5150SE thin client in January and said it will ship the Winterm S50 model in February.
New dedicated function and very inexpensive appliance PC announced by SIMpc.
Cisco Systems Wednesday said it plans to acquire privately-held WLAN vendor Airespace in a $450 million deal. Airespace is one of a number of start-ups to espouse a "thin" WLAN architecture, which centralizes network intelligence on a WLAN switch paired with stripped-down access points instead of building the intelligence into stand-alone access points. Cisco has been a vocal proponent of the latter architecture.
Neoware Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: NWRE) agreed to acquire the thin-client business of TeleVideo Inc. (Pink sheets: TELV) for $5 million in cash plus an additional amount based upon performance, the two companies said Monday. The deal is to close in March.
|Wyse Technology has added a new model to its S class family of tiny, low power Windows CE based thin client devices. The Winterm S30, about the size of a paperback book, is based on Windows CE 5.0 and is "three times faster" than previous models, Wyse says.|
The enterprise Linux space got a bit more crowded Tuesday with a pair of new releases from Mandrakesoft. The France-based Linux distribution vendor announced a new version of its Corporate Server and a new Corporate Desktop.
Macromedia Inc. and Nexaweb Technologies Inc. have brought out upgraded XML development offerings with updates for building thinclient applications with rich features native to the desktop.
Article on the next push for thin clients
Network Alternatives Deploys Thin-Client Solution for Lavin Law, Boosting the Firm's Bottom Line