IGEL | IGEL Fastest Growing Thin & Zero Client Leader In the UK

56% Year-on-Year growth in 2014, reports analyst IDCReading UK 25 March 2015 – IGEL Technology has been recognised as the fastest growing of the top 5 thin and zero client manufacturers in the UK in 2014 with hardware shipments rising 56% year-on-year, according to the latest analyst report from International Data Corporation (IDC)

Source: www.realwire.com

Thin Client Manufacturer – German thin client market leader expands its international growth continues

IGEL Technology: German thin client 285d0f10-35d0-46c8-b958-f0c1735c3969.jpgmarket leader expands its international growth continues

IGEL is the undisputed According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), a market leader for thin clients in Germany and backed this position with a market share of 30%. In international comparison the Bremen thin and zero client specialist maintains its position at number 5 in the world and ranks in Western Europe ranked third

Bremen March 24, 2015 – IGEL Technology is expanding its leading position in the international thin client market, where remains of 2014, the clear No. 1 in Germany -. For the ninth consecutive year.

For nearly a decade, we are German thin client market leader. This is a great success, and we do not rest on our laurels. Heiko Gloge, Managing Director and Partner at IGEL Technology

According to the latest figures from IDC any other manufacturer in this country has sold more thin clients last year. The market share rose to 30%, which related to Germany, an increase of over 25%. In Germany, according to IDC last year, about 481.900 Thin clients sold – so the market is growing by about 22% and remains by far the most important market in Europe. In international comparison IGEL can look back on an outstanding year. Both in Europe (eg Finland, France, Italy, Spain) and overseas (USA and Australia), the company was able to improve its market share. The continuous growth in the global market is also the view of the total sales. Of a total of 276,142 sold worldwide IGEL thin clients (+ 25%) was sold nearly half of it outside Germany.

“For nearly a decade, we are German thin client market leader. This is a great success, and we do not rest on our laurels. We have in recent years continuously expanded our international business and provided with regional offices to ensure that our customers can rely world to talk to an expert on the spot, “said Gloge, Managing Director and Partner at IGEL Technology.” At the same time, we have expanded our product portfolio consistently removed without losing the user’s needs in mind. Thus, we are not only German market leader, but with an export share of nearly 50% worldwide a firm and reliable factor. “

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

IGEL Technology baut seine führende Position auf dem internationalen Thin Client-Marktweiter aus und bleibt auch 2014 die klare Nr. 1 in Deutschland – bereits zum neunten Mal in Folge. Laut den aktuellen Zahlen von IDC hat kein anderer Hersteller im vergangenen Jahr hierzulande mehr Thin Clients verkauft. Der Marktanteil stieg dabei auf 30%, was auf Deutschland bezogen einem Anstieg von über 25% entspricht.

In Deutschland wurden laut IDC im vergangenen Jahr rund 481.900 Thin Clients verkauft – damit wächst der Markt um etwa 22% und bleibt mit Abstand die wichtigste Absatzregion in Europa.

Auch im internationalen Vergleich kann IGEL auf ein hervorragendes Jahr zurückblicken.Sowohl in Europa (z.B. in Finnland, Frankreich, Italien, Spanien) als auch in Übersee (USA und Australien) konnte das Unternehmen seine Marktanteile verbessern. Von insgesamt 276.142 weltweit abgesetzten IGEL Thin Clients (+ 25%) wurde annährend die Hälfte außerhalb Deutschlands verkauft. 

 

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IGEL Technology: Deutscher Thin Client-Marktführer baut internationales Wachstum weiter aus

IGEL ist laut International Data Corporation (IDC) unangefochtener Markführer für Thin Clients in Deutschland und untermauert diese Position mit einem Marktanteil von 30%. Im internationalen Vergleich behauptet der Bremer Thin und Zero Client-Spezialist seine Position auf Platz 5 weltweit und rangiert in West-Europa auf Platz 3.

Bremen 24. März 2015 – IGEL Technology baut seine führende Position auf dem internationalen Thin Client-Markt weiter aus und bleibt auch 2014 die klare Nr. 1 in Deutschland – bereits zum neunten Mal in Folge. Laut den aktuellen Zahlen von IDC hat kein anderer Hersteller im vergangenen Jahr hierzulande mehr Thin Clients verkauft. Der Marktanteil stieg dabei auf 30%, was auf Deutschland bezogen einem Anstieg von über 25% entspricht. In Deutschland wurden laut IDC im vergangenen Jahr rund 481,900 Thin Clients verkauft – damit wächst der Markt um etwa 22% und bleibt mit Abstand die wichtigste Absatzregion in Europa. Auch im internationalen Vergleich kann IGEL auf ein hervorragendes Jahr zurückblicken. Sowohl in Europa (z.B. in Finnland, Frankreich, Italien, Spanien) als auch in Übersee (USA und Australien) konnte das Unternehmen seine Marktanteile verbessern. Das kontinuierliche Wachstum auf dem Weltmarkt zeigt sich auch mit dem Blick auf die Gesamtverkaufszahlen. Von insgesamt 276.142 weltweit abgesetzten IGEL Thin Clients (+25%) wurde annährend die Hälfte außerhalb Deutschlands verkauft.

„Seit fast einem Jahrzehnt sind wir deutscher Thin Client-Marktführer. Das ist ein großartiger Erfolg, auf dem wir uns aber nicht ausruhen. Wir haben in den letzten Jahren unser internationales Geschäft kontinuierlich ausgebaut und mit regionalen Niederlassungen dafür gesorgt, dass unsere Kunden weltweit auf kompetente Ansprechpartner vor Ort bauen können“, kommentiert Heiko Gloge, Managing Director und Partner bei IGEL Technology. „Gleichzeitig haben wir unser Produktportfolio konsequent ausgebaut, ohne die Bedürfnisse der Anwender aus den Augen zu verlieren. Somit sind wir nicht nur deutscher Marktführer, sondern mit einem Exportanteil von fast 50% auch weltweit eine feste und verlässliche Größe.“

Kiosk Mode or Assigned Access – what is it?

Kiosk Mode & Assigned Access Mode Article reprinted from Kioware and author Jim Kruper date Feb 2014 Generally, kiosk mode is usually meant to refer to a particular “mode” that most browsers of…

Source: kioskindustry.org

Full article and resources page here on KioskIndustry

Thanks to KioWare, Laura Miller and Jim Kruper for the article!


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Thin client – Dell Unveils the Industry’s First ISV-Certified Virtual Workstation Appliance Solution

Dell today announced the Dell Precision Appliance for Wyse to support the growing use of graphics-intensive, workstation-class workloads in a variety

Source: www.businesswire.com

Steve Lalla, VP and General Manager, Cloud Client-Computing, Dell  “Organizations today have an increased need for mobility and collaboration, and need to provide secure access to apps and data for their employees wherever they are, whether that’s at a desktop or on an exploration worksite. The customers we work with are on the cutting edge of their industry, and we are pushing the technology envelope to provide them with the graphics-intensive, workstation-class experiences they require – anywhere. That wasn’t even technologically possible a couple of years ago.”

Thin client – HP Announces Easy Shell For Customized User Experience With HP Thin Clients | StorageReview.com

HP has announced a Windows-based application that will make HP Thin Client Windows Embedded user experience easier than before, HP Easy Shell. With an interface that is easy for administrators and end users, HP Thin Client users can control, customize, and protect their Windows Embedded user experience.

Source: www.storagereview.com

Thin client software from HP for lockdown, management of clients.

Microsoft: Putting Windows 10 Inside Android Phones Could Seriously Hurt Google

Windows 10 Inside Android Phones

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) revealed two days ago that China’s No.1 smartphone vendor, Xiaomi, has signed on to test the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Microsoft will deliver a custom Windows 10 ROM for a select number of Xiaomi M

Source: seekingalpha.com

It makes sense therefore that Nadella would try a backdoor attempt to make more people use Windows 10. Microsoft’s freemium strategy of giving away free software and services is now akin to Google. Mobile advertising is where Microsoft can make up for the lost revenue from giving away free software.

 

Writer speculates that once Windows 10 gets released in 190 countries this summer, many custom Windows 10 ROMs for different Android phone models could also be available for download. Microsoft is now trying to out-Google Google with its newfreemium strategy.

Thin Client – HP Easy Shell for thin clients Announced

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HP has announced HP Easy Shell, a Windows-based application that allows HP Thin Client users to control, customize, and protect  their Windows Embedded user experience with intuitive and easy to deploy settings. Designed with simplicity in mind for both end users and admins, HP Easy Shell is the go-to solution for businesses looking to customize their user experiences for Cloud, VDI, single and multi-purpose app environments.

HP Easy Shell provides a more focused user experience without device domain connection requirements or complicated group admin policies. From denying and limiting access to apps and browsers, to fine-tuning the home display and control panels – nearly every security need can be 100% tailored.

Key features of HP Easy Shell:

  • Define user access to websites, single and multi-purpose apps
  • Customize user access to browsers, task manager, and control panels
  • Deploy rapidly across small or mass thin client environments

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Thinclient – Why Google (GOOG) Watch Will Slaughter Apple Watch

GOOG is going after Apple (AAPL) and its Apple Watch via a new partnership with Tag Heuer and Intel (INTC). Cupertino should be worried.

Source: investorplace.com

Thinclient – Google’s partnership with Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is telling, since the premium brand — founded in 1860 — indicates its decision to align the Google brand with luxury. Tag Heuer was the first company to debut a watch with a chronograph, which measures time with extreme accuracy, down to the hundredths of a second.

Tag Heuer also became the first Swiss watchmaker in space in 1962; 53 years later, it’s the first Swiss watchmaker to partner with GOOG.

Thin Client – IGEL Technology at CeBIT 2015

With its new top model IGEL UD6 the German market leader will be IGEL_CeBIT_2015_docexhibiting as high performance computing with thin clients can be implemented today. Likewise höchstklassig IGEL presented in terms of the growth figures and underpins its leading role through a worldwide sales increase of 28% on the international thin client market.

Bremen / Hanover March 16, 2015 – For the German market leader IGEL thin client excellence are the focus of this year’s presentation at CeBIT 2015 (March 16 to 20). First and foremost is the IGEL UD6 with quad-core processor, as it is also possible jobs with high demands on graphics and video performance as CAD, simulation software or video conferencing provide on thin clients. Also live to see for the first time on the big stage: the powerful multimedia Ass UD5 in a new design and improved hardware structure. Of the capacity of all novelties, visitors in Hall 2, Stand A44 can convince where IGEL will be on the Virtualization, Security and Storage Forum with three jobs as a guest. How are asked IGEL solutions on the market, the latest figures from International Data Corporation (IDC): How could IGEL last year its sales worldwide increase to around 276,000 units, thus achieving an increase of 25%. In addition, around 60,000 licenses sold the Universal Desktop Converter 2 (Udc2), with the IGEL thin clients in the field of software is the global leader and drives the market as an innovative motivator.

“IGEL hardware and software solutions are always based on the user’s needs and market requirements. Therefore, we are looking forward to presenting the latest developments customers and partners at CeBIT and discuss in person the latest trends and issues, “commented Dr. Frank Lampe, Marketing Director at IGEL Technology. “As one of the few major players in the thin client market, which is in Hanover on site, we would like to give all interested visitors the opportunity to learn first-hand about our solutions in detail.”
IGEL @ CeBIT
16 to 20 March 2015
Hall 2, Stand A44

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ehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

für den deutschen Thin Client-Marktführer IGEL stehen Höchstleistungen im Zentrum des diesjährigen Messeauftritts zurCeBIT 2015 (16. – 20. März). Allen voran zeigt der IGEL UD6 mit Quad-Core-Prozessor, wie sich auch Arbeitsplätze mit hohen Ansprüchen an Grafik- und Videoleistung wie CAD, Simulationssoftware oder Video-Conferencing über Thin Clients bereitstellen lassen. Von der Leistungsfähigkeit aller Neuheiten können sich die Besucher in Halle 2, Stand A44 überzeugen, wo IGEL auf dem Virtualisation, Security & Storage Forum zu Gast sein wird.

Wie gefragt IGEL-Lösungen auf dem Markt sind, zeigen die neuesten Zahlen der International Data Corporation (IDC): So konnte IGEL im vergangenen Jahr seinen Absatz weltweit auf rund 276.000 Geräte steigern und damit ein Plus von 25% erzielen. Hinzu kommen rund 60.000 verkaufte Lizenzen des Universal Desktop Converters 2 (UDC2), mit dem IGEL im Bereich der Software Thin Clients Weltmarktführer ist und den Markt als innovativer Impulsgeber antreibt.

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Screens go Google at the Digital Signage Expo

Since last year’s Digital Signage Expo and the introduction of Chrome’s single app kiosk mode, many customers and developers have built digital signage applications on Chromeboxes. Chromeboxes are secure, easy to manage and cost effective, making them ideal to display content and engage customers in any location. Chicos chose Chrome to manage and display content on over 5000 screens across more than 1500 stores. Digital Signage Expo in booth 2218

Source: googleforwork.blogspot.com

today AOPEN announced three new commercial Chrome OS devices that will add more durability to digital signage. By working with AOPEN, we can offer more rugged hardware equipped to handle harsh conditions — like a hot and greasy back-of-house line at a restaurant.

Google just made it easier for businesses to build custom apps and digital signs for Chromeboxes

If Google has its way, Chromeboxes will become a typical sight in offices.

Source: venturebeat.com

Also today, Google is announcing monitoring tool to track the health of kiosks and signs that are running on Chromeboxes.

“You’ll get alerts from Chrome device management if a screen goes down, and can remotely reboot the device to get it back online without dispatching a technician,” Nagarajan wrote.

“You can also get live updates about system usage and capture screen grabs to see exactly what viewers see.”

ViewSonic Launches New 28-inch LED Monitor with Integrated VDI Client Endpoint Mount |

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, introduces the VG2847Smh 28-inch Full HD monitor. 

Source: www.sys-con.com

Nice screen for endpoint 

With its SuperClear Pro MVA panel and 1080p (1920×1080) resolution, the ViewSonic VG2847Smh delivers a crisp viewing experience with wide viewing angles, and smooth color gradient. The easy-to-use integrated endpoint mount allows client boxes to be installed on the back of the monitor, without interfering with the ergonomic design. For company’s investing in VDI-based desktop or need a high performance business monitor, the VG2847Smh comes with future-proof connectivity options including HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA inputs, and USB ports.


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Thin Client PR – Thin Clients Green IT Study – Thin Client

The energy efficiency and sustainability have arrived in the middle class. However, the IT infrastructure can still make much greener. In addition to the virtualization and energy-saving thin and zero clients are on the rise. Bremen March 10, 2015 – The Green IT has developed from a former hype for the Group’s corporate practice – even in the middle class. The local level and how it goes now, revealing a supported IGEL Technology Techconsult survey of 200 companies with 10 to 999 employees. The

Source: thinclient.org

Thin Client PR – Thin Clients Green IT Study

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The energy efficiency and sustainability have arrived in the middle class. However, the IT infrastructure can still make much greener. In addition to the virtualization and energy-saving thin and zero clients are on the rise.

Bremen March 10, 2015 – The Green IT has developed from a former hype for the Group’s corporate practice – even in the middle class. The local level and how it goes now, revealing a supported IGEL Technology Techconsult survey of 200 companies with 10 to 999 employees. The study found regarding the IT infrastructure that 51% of the companies surveyed locate the largest savings in the IT workplace. The popular Green IT initiative in this field is virtualization with 74 percent. Also on the rise are thin and zero clients. The slender access devices according to the survey 28 percent of SMEs surveyed in use.

That the demand for the slim devices in the SME sector continues, the study also shows: Around one third of the surveyed companies still use the no thin or zero clients, retain them for an alternative to the previously used conventional PCs. This statement implies that long thin clients are not just an issue for large corporations, but also win in SMEs steady influence.

The most important contribution to improving the environmental performance in terms of IT infrastructure provides, according to the companies surveyed virtualization with its consolidated action. Virtual environments of any kind, whether servers, desktop, or storage not only save electricity costs, they also make a great contribution in terms of the sustainable use of resources. Thus, it is not surprising that already use three out of four of the companies surveyed in the study virtual environments within their IT infrastructure. In addition to a large amount of server virtualization in the area of desktop virtualization with 35% still plenty of room for improvement above. The same applies to the use of thin and zero clients (28%) currently prädesdiniert due to their energy-saving operation without fans and hard drives for use in virtualized environments.

Broad portfolio makes the move to thin clients

The growing interest in thin clients met the German market leader IGEL with a wide range of hardware and software solutions that enable IT jobs interpret not only energy efficient, but also much easier to roll out and let manage. For data and applications only need to be centrally maintained and administered on the server. Thus, the high maintenance of software attributable to the individual desktop workstations. In addition, the included IGEL products IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) allows standardized remote administration of all settings and firmware components.

And even in the event that the nationwide transition to hardware thin clients can not be realized ad hoc, IGEL thin client software with the Universal Desktop Converter 2 (Udc2) an attractive and cost-effective alternative. The software is installed as the operating system on PCs or notebooks and makes the hardware used a powerful, universal thin client. So all PC-based devices can be standardized, including management and support. The desktop administration costs are reduced drastically and also from Green IT point of view, precisely this alternative because additional electrical is avoided and the life cycle of the client hardware is extended. The time schedule for hardware investments IT budgets can thus be saved or used otherwise.

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Umfrage im Mittelstand: Thin Clients treiben Green IT weiter voran

Die Themen Energieeffizienz und Nachhaltigkeit sind im Mittelstand angekommen. Doch die IT-Infrastruktur lässt sich noch deutlich grüner gestalten. Neben der Virtualisierung sind auch energiesparende Thin und Zero Clients auf dem Vormarsch.

Bremen 10. März 2015 – Das Thema Green IT hat sich vom einstigen Hype zur gelebten Unternehmenspraxis entwickelt – auch im Mittelstand. Den dortigen Stand und wie es nun weitergeht, enthüllt eine von IGEL Technology unterstützte Techconsult-Umfrage unter 200 Unternehmen mit 10 bis 999 Mitarbeitern. Dabei ergab die Studie in Bezug auf die IT-Infrastruktur, dass 51% der befragten Unternehmen das größte Einsparpotential am IT-Arbeitsplatz verorten. Die beliebteste Green IT-Maßnahme in diesem Bereich ist mit 74 Prozent die Virtualisierung. Ebenfalls auf dem Vormarsch sind Thin und Zero Clients. Die schlanken Zugriffsgeräte sind laut Umfrage bei 28 Prozent der befragten Mittelständler im Einsatz.

Dass die Nachfrage nach den schlanken Endgeräten im Mittelstand anhält, zeigt die Studie ebenfalls: Rund ein Drittel der befragten Unternehmen, die noch keine Thin oder Zero Clients nutzen, halten diese für eine Alternative zu den bisher eingesetzten herkömmlichen PCs. Diese Aussage impliziert, dass Thin Clients längst nicht nur ein Thema für Großunternehmen sind, sondern auch in KMU stetig an Einfluss gewinnen.

Den wichtigsten Beitrag zur Verbesserung der Ökobilanz in Bezug auf die IT-Infrastruktur leistet nach Aussage der befragten Unternehmen die Virtualisierung mit ihrer konsolidierenden Wirkung. Virtuelle Umgebungen jeglicher Art, ob Server, Desktop oder Storage sparen nicht nur Stromkosten, sie leisten auch einen großen Beitrag hinsichtlich des nachhaltigen Ressourceneinsatzes. Somit ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass drei von vier der im Rahmen der Studie befragten Unternehmen bereits virtuelle Umgebungen im Rahmen ihrer IT-Infrastruktur einsetzen. Neben einem großen Anteil von Server-Virtualisierung ist im Bereich der Desktop-Virtualisierung mit 35% noch reichlich Luft nach oben. Gleiches gilt für die Nutzung von Thin und Zero Clients (28%), die gerade durch ihren energiesparenden Betrieb ohne Lüfter und Festplatten für den Einsatz in virtualisierten Umgebungen prädesdiniert sind.

Breites Portfolio vereinfacht den Umstieg auf Thin Clients

Dem steigenden Interesse an Thin Clients begegnet der deutsche Marktführer IGEL mit einem umfassenden Angebot an Hardware- und Softwarelösungen, mit denen sich die IT-Arbeitsplätze nicht nur energiesparender auslegen, sondern auch wesentlich einfacher ausrollen und managen lassen. Denn Daten und Applikationen müssen nur noch zentral auf dem Server vorgehalten und administriert werden. Dadurch entfällt die aufwendige Wartung von Software auf den einzelnen Desktop-Arbeitsplätzen. Zusätzlich gestattet die im Lieferumfang aller IGEL Produkte enthaltene IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) eine standardisierte Fernadministration sämtlicher Einstellungen und Firmware-Komponenten.

Und auch für den Fall, dass der flächendeckende Umstieg auf Hardware Thin Clients sich nicht ad hoc realisieren lässt, bietet IGEL mit dem Software Thin Client Universal Desktop Converter 2 (UDC2) eine attraktive und kostengünstige Alternative. Die Software wird als Betriebssystem auf PCs oder Notebooks installiert und macht aus der verwendeten Hardware einen leistungsfähigen, universell einsetzbaren Thin Client. So lassen sich alle PC-basierten Endgeräte inklusive Management und Support standardisieren. Der Desktop Administrationsaufwand reduziert sich drastisch und auch aus Green IT-Gesichtspunkten rechnet sich diese Alternative, denn zusätzlicher Elektroschrott wird vermieden und der Lebenszyklus der Client-Hardware verlängert sich. Das für Hardware-Investitionen eingeplante IT-Budget kann somit gespart oder anderweitig verwendet werden.

 

IGEL | IGEL protects customer investment with its long-term Linux Thin Client OS updates

Reading UK. 9 March 2015 – IGEL has updated the firmware of its Linux thin client operating system with the latest software clients for Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop, VMware Horizon and Microsoft R

Source: www.realwire.com

IGEL’s customer focus and quality German engineering is the reason businesses continue to choose us,” said Simon Richards, IGEL’s UK & Ireland Managing Director. “For thin clients to keep pace with the latest developments in the data center, they need up-to-date software clients and protocol standards. The earlier the firmware becomes obsolete, the more often the hardware has to be replaced. These long-term firmware updates are yet another example of our commitment to provide customers with continued access to the best desktop technology available.”

The update for the IGEL Linux v4 operating system (Version 4.14.100) features the Citrix Receiver (Versions 12 and 13). Citrix Receiver 13.1.2 offers support for Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop 7.5 including Citrix StoreFront. The update also offers a range of new options such as straightforward and secure user authentication via smartcard and pass-through.

Additional management features
Various other client updates are included such as Version 3.2 of the VMware Horizon Client, IGEL’s own RDP Client including RemoteFX 8 for accessing Microsoft RemoteApp and Microsoft Remote Desktop. To make administration even easier, IGEL has also integrated a range of practical extra functions, for example the IGEL Quick Navigator that speeds up configuration procedures by referring directly to necessary and possible set-up settings.

“Customers buying IGEL thin clients back in 2009 would never have imagined the functionality that would become available with features such as Citrix Storefront and RemoteFX 8 and yet with these firmware updates, customers using these older IGEL thin clients can still take advantage of these features,” explained Simon.

NCS Technologies’ Cirrus LT, the Industry’s Only PCoIP Zero Client Laptop, Is Now Available for UK Markets Through Getech Ltd.

GAINESVILLE, Va., March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — NCS Technologies, Inc. (www.ncst.com), an innovative…

Source: www.prnewswire.com

The laptop has a 14-inch screen, 6-cell battery, available docking station, integrated smart card reader and Wi-Fi options – optimized for UK users.

Thin client and zero client end users access office productivity applications – such as email, word processing, spreadsheets and electronic presentations – that are hosted in data centers. Zero client PCs are differentiated by having no operating system, no local storage and don’t retain persistent data. Antivirus protection is not necessary. IT departments that implement zero client technology reduce maintenance and administrative complexity and realize a lower total cost of ownership.

Cirrus LT uses the Teradici PCoIP® protocol to ensure superior computing performance. PCoIP compresses, encrypts and encodes the computing experience at the data center and transmits only pixels across the network to the end user. PC users have secure, fully functional access to all applications. Cirrus LT takes advantage of the strongest security protocols, AES-256 cryptography and NSA Suite B ciphers.

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