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|Reading, UK. May 19th, 2011 – The IGEL Universal Desktop Converter (UDC) available from Germany’s leading manufacturer of thin clients, IGEL Technology, now also supports thin clients from Wyse. With this step, the IGEL UDC now covers all major manufacturers.|
MILWAUKEE, Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Binary Research International of Wisconsin has released software that helps organizations prevent the leaking of confidential information.
Resource link for HP ThinPro Operating Systems Demo. Virtual machine that can be used with VMware Player in order to evaluate user interface.
New distributors signed up with ACP for ThinManager thin client management software. Hardware options include Arista, Advantech & Wonderware.
LTSP.org releases latest version of LTSP (5.2). Terminals from disklessworkstations.com using PXE boot start at under $300.
Dallas, TX, August 6, 2009 – Teleflora, the nation’s largest floral delivery network service, has chosen a 2X virtual computing solution to meet the computing needs of their call centers. In creating an optimized solution, the company has chosen to deploy the 2X ApplicationServer Enterprise Edition, along with the 2X ThinClientServer, to optimize employees’ remote access to critical desktop applications. Specifically, the 2X solution guarantees the efficient operation of Teleflora’s call centers, especially during peak order times, with flawless desktop performance delivered to over 1,100 users in multiple locations.
Phoenix, AZ – August 3, 2009 – 10ZiG Technology (formerly BOSaNOVA, Inc.), the emerging market leader in development of Thin Clients and Network Appliances today announces they have teamed up with ThinLaunch Software to offer Thin Desktop® to convert aging PCs into Thin Clients.
Article on how the US Postal Service and others in government are beginning to embrace less costly open source software alternatives in an effort to trim costs. In one case it also involves migrating from Solaris to SUSE so not just the mainframes impacted.
Dallas, Texas, June 19, 2009 – 2X Software Ltd., the international developer of server-based computing software, announced today that it has formed partnerships with four thin-client hardware producers: VXL Instruments, Computer Lab International, NCS Technologies and 10ZiG Technology (formerly BOSaNOVA, Inc). 2X Software has committed to provide free ThinClientServer licenses for these companies’ thin-client products on sales to state-funded schools until October 1, 2009.
Lake St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 28, 2008 -- ACHeck21™, LLC, a leading provider of end-to-end ACH- and Check 21-processing systems, today unveiled ACHeck21™ Micro, a new feature in its suite of solutions that allows businesses to remotely capture and deposit checks using thin-client, Web-based software.
Major feature enhancements now in latest release. ThinLinc now supports systems such as Windows Server 2008, Mac OS X 10.5, RHEL 5.2, SLED 10SP2, and Ubuntu 8.04. more...
OpenThinClient is a Free Open Source ThinClient Solution consisting of a Linux based operating system along with a comprehensive Java based management GUI and server component. It is intended for environments where a medium to large number of Thin Clients must be supported and managed efficiently.
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
Kevin Whinnery blog -- The defining characteristic of any RIA is that it has a stateful client that is (or should be) platform and browser independent. With the advent of new RIA platforms like Flex, GWT, and OpenLaszlo, developers now have all the reach of a traditional thin-client web application with many of the useful characteristics of thick-client applications, such as the ability to maintain state on the client. Is there a clear winner of the three, one toolkit that developers should focus on at the expense of the others?
We've all heard about Silverlight from Microsoft but I think most of us have tagged it with the "by the time MS gets the stuff repackaged a bunch of new stuff will likely have overtaken it...". I'm pretty interested in what I can do today to build applications and if I look back historically, most of what I use today has come from more templated commodity mass adopted technology (PHP for example)than any of the at-the-time touted cool stuff I was told I'd need to be using.
Still, it's a nice writeup by this fellow and "rich" apps under browsers is definitely on my want list.
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.