LONDON, March 24 /PRNewswire/ --Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing, today announced that its V10L thin client has been awarded Best New Green IT Product Award by an Established Vendor at the European Green IT Summit.
March 2008 Archives
Phoenix, AZ – March 18, 2008 – BOSaNOVA, Inc., the market leader in development of Security Solutions, Thin Clients and Network Appliances announces today the release of their new thin client management software, BOSmanager Enterprise Edition.
From InfoWorld -- Lower energy bills, longer lifecycle boost thin client's green appeal
Nice writeup on InfoWorld on the Ncomputing today and what they offer thin client wise (multi-user wise).
Igel has announced the Elegance 9319XP, a 19-inch thin client running Windows XP Embedded (XPe) on a 1GHz AMD Geode CPU. The company also announced new firmware and software upgrades enhancing manageability and Vmware VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) compatibility.
The Elegance 9319XP resembles a standard display, and in fact has a VGA input, enabling it to be pressed into service as an external display for a laptop or other compatible device. The screen offers a 300-nit brightness rating, and resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 pixels.
Retail price with XPe is $1,120 (Linux is cheaper). Specs and image follow.
Placentia, California - February 29, 2008 - Computer Lab International (CLI), a twenty-year veteran in thin client computing, today announced the availability of its new ST6500 series thin client - a powerful, yet very efficient ‚green‛, dual-video ready thin client. Powered by a VIA Eden® C7 processor, this thin client delivers substantial performance increase over previous models. The ST series is optimized for desktop virtualization, terminal services, digital signage and kiosk environments.
|Now that is one small PC. About the size of a typical RJ45 connector, the Picotux comes with 32-bit ARM processor. uClinux 2.4.27. See www.picotux.com for more information.|
New brief issued by Microsoft outlining acceptable licensing for Windows in multiuser scenarios. The obvious ones are the Ncomputing scenarios. Nice to see licensing finally formalized if only for Windows Server and Terminal Server.
|PC over IP: The next wave in thin clients IBM, ClearCube employ Teradici chipset to transmit data, graphics over IP network|
Microsoft is working on turning USB-based flash drives into a “Windows companion” — a new product known as “StartKey” — that will allow users to carry their Windows and Windows Live settings with them.
StartKey isn’t just for USB sticks; it also will work on other flash-storage devices, like SD memory cards. Microsoft is looking to turn these intelligent storage devices portable “computing companions” for users in both developed and emerging markets, with availability (at least in beta form) likely before the end of this year, according to sources who asked not to be named.