“Microsoft Mesh WHAT?” As usual Microsoft is doing a terrible job Marketing this new platform. (How many years did it take before you actually new what DOT.NET was?)
April 2008 Archives
New version lockdown software for thinclient. Kioware works great on thin clients and this new version adds additional "de-cacheing" and security options as well as integrated VoIP function. Typical install unit would be a Wyse S90 for example running XPe
DMP in Taiwain announces new $80 US box for thin client terminal. It's one of the new mini-PCs beginning to flourish running preloaded linux with browser and RDP/ICA built-in. Specs and website follow. For $80 it conjurs visions of no risk.
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ST. LOUIS, April 22, 2008 -- Enterprise Rent-a-Car will finish switching out PCs for thin client terminals in its rental locations this summer to streamline car rental transactions and slash emissions and energy consumption.
VXL Instruments has introduced a "high end" thin client that runs Windows XP Embedded. The TC 7321-XP operates fanlessly, uses a 1GHz Via C7 processor, supports up to 1900 x 1200 resolution, expands to 4GB of flash storage, and uses 11 Watts of power, says VXL.
Desktone plans to sell "desktops as a service" through service providers like Verizon Businesss and European and Asian carriers; IBM is a partner.
Press release for Symbio on recent certification by US Department of Energy.
|Ideas International has been a big proponent of thin client desktop computing in recent years. By moving the computing, applications, and data storage from the desktop to the IT department, a number of benefits can be gained, including higher levels of security, lower carbon emissions, lower cost, more efficient utilization of resources, and faster recovery from failures.|