Pano Logic Launches Industry First Zero Client Certification Program
August 2010 Archives
Wyse introduces the R90L7, X90(7) and C90LE7. WES7 comes to Wyse with Windows Server 2000 R2, Citrix and VMware support.
OA thin client system, with no operating system at all, could cut desktop costs, according to desktop virtualisation vendor NComputing - and they could also help connect up the developing world. Green IT.
Kinpo Thin Client 7 inch Device
A good look at Citrix over the years to now by David F. Carr of Forbes Magazine. Brings back memories of Citrix & the wars with Microsoft (and IBM) back then. We were in the middle of it...
With IT becoming more and more abstracted from the user, and the user becoming the focus, so do mashups where users begin to contribute "applications" as opposed to taking what IT has deigned their lot in life to be (sounds medieval).
Road warriors in legal, healthcare , and sales are finding desktop virtualization a powerful ally in the quest to stay connected.
In our most recent InformationWeek Analytics End User Device Management Survey, desktops still held the top spot. But with VDI, an enterprise could dispense with $1,000 desktops or laptops and pay $279 to $499 for a thinner device with native 3G connectivity. Multiply those numbers by several hundred or thousand workstations, and you're talking real money. VDI costs on the back end for software, servers, and storage, but economies of scale around using an existing data center could still present a good TCO scenario.
Creating trusted endpoints with USB boot stick. The Boot Stick is geared toward teleworkers and mobile professionals who work with sensitive information that the organization cannot afford to have lost or stolen.
Example of large LCD with completely integrated thin client computer (AMD based here). The Samsung 24" is $680 out on Amazon. Figure $300 for LCD, that's about $400 for the integration.
Thinspace, the UK’s only thin client computing vendor, has announced the launch of the TST1000, its PCoIP® zero client appliance for demanding corporate users with rich multimedia PC needs within organisations requiring cost saving, carbon reduction and security benefits of server-based computing.
Another look at Hurd who enjoyed the halo of media compliments. Here he doesn't sound that far off from Dennis K. ex-Tyco.
FCW articles on easing PC-induced pain. The move to more mobile (laptopns replacing desktops) resonates with us. The malware/virus via browsers is what we see unaddressed.
How will desktop virtualization work if the device on the other end is a smartphone?
Cool hardware that we want to try out. This is Zotac iteration of Nvidia ION. Figure $100 for an O/S and it is under $400 for intelligent media playback/CPU with hard drive.
Watching the decline of the current defacto handheld client is painful. Then again, even in our organization we look forward to the day that the BB server (and maintenance) can be eliminated, and we only have to focus on Exchange/et with ActiveSync/pop issues.
Ballmer takes aim at thin clients (again). His track record at anticipating next trends though follows him. MS may find itself in catchup mode (again).
The leading virtualization resource site, VirtualizationAdmin.com, announced today that the 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services was selected as winner of the Application Server category of the VirtualizationAdmin.com Readers' Choice Awards.
Hilliard, OH (MMD Newswire) August 3, 2010 -- Alert Public Safety Solutions today announces the release of the brand new web based mobile product, APSS Sentinel
Global thin client manufacturer, VXL Instruments, launches its most comprehensive and innovative range of Itona branded thin clients to date. The new ranges include a wide choice of operating systems and deliver unbeatable thin client computing solutions for Cloud, Virtualisation and Remote Desktop environments.