Blog on three possible strategies for deploying remote desktops. How much does it really cost to stick with Microsoft?
March 2010 Archives
Is HTML5 going to put the hurt on Flash? Rumors of Flash’s demise may be greatly exaggerated, but the long term prospects for Adobe Flash seem pretty dim indeed.
New capabilities added to Thinmanager, known now as Platform 4. Display Clients can be generated by a traditional session running on a Terminal Server, a shadowed thin client, or an IP camera. Multiple Display Clients can be viewed with a single thin client - either full screen or tiled to show up to 25 sessions on a single monitor. Every Windows application in the facility, no matter how incompatible, can be displayed on the same screen without any changes in the software.
On Thursday, Syzygy Technologies of San Diego, a $15 million, 70-employee company that supplies computer services and other technology systems to the Navy, used the lab to demonstrate a new type of thin client solution.
New service pack for Windows 7 has features to improve RDP clients. The RemoteFX coming out intended to juice up the clients with high fidelity (ie rich media) experience. Wyse and HP both said they will support it.
|Dukker and Ncomputing with $20 chip to embed in LCDs from LG to create next generation internet appliances (and kill the PC finally).|
With RemoteFX, the desktop virtualization market has received another boost. In particular, the rich media capabilities upon Wyse thin clients represents yet another reason for businesses to move away from PCs toward virtual desktops.
Symbio Technologies (http://www.symbio-technologies.com) was among a select group of innovative companies invited to demonstrate its products at the TechBridge Showcase hosted by the Chesapeake Innovation Center (CIC) at Annapolis, Maryland on February 17, 2010.
ClearCube Technology has announced the launch of its I9424 PCoIP zero client with integrated smart card reader.
Dell announces FX100 which is $500 zero client.The Pano Logic zero client is compared to but one difference seems to be availability. We can purchase a starter kit from Pano, but on the Dell site all we can do is read interesting whitepapers. Where are they?
Everything USB reports new USB thinclient from Tritton on the way for use with Microsoft Windows Multipoint Server.