Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ arrives: Faster CPU, Wi-Fi, 300Mbps Ethernet

Raspberry Pi Foundation unveils the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, its newest model in the Raspberry Pi 3 lineup.

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, offering a faster CPU and faster wireless throughput than its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ comes exactly two years after the launch of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and is in line with Raspberry Pi Foundation’s two-year B+ ‘evolution’ upgrade.

In other words, the changes don’t warrant calling it a Raspberry Pi 4, but there are noticeable improvements, including a faster processor, higher Wi-Fi speeds, and faster Ethernet.

Download now: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+: An insider’s guide (free PDF)

Are thin clients affected by Spectre and Meltdown?

Side-channel attacks The two vulnerabilities exploit the possibility of a side-channel attack of the processor. A side-channel attack is any attack based on information acquired from the physical implementation of an information system. Timing information, energy consumption, electromagnetic losses or even sound can be exploited to break the system. By using statistical analysis of these physical operations, it is possible to obtain data from protected memory (for example passwords and cryptographic keys).  It is not a simple attack to perform, and cannot be enabled remotely because the malicious code must be executed locally on the machine. It is still unclear whether it is really possible to corrupt or modify data.… Read More »

Are VDI environments vulnerable to Meltdown and Spectre?

Are VDI Environments Affected by Meltdown and Spectre? VDI environments can be affected when taking into consideration the hardware platform used to connect to the backend VDI environment, the hypervisor, as well as the guest operating system presented via the hypervisor. As an example, many VDI environments are running Microsoft Windows virtual machines for which Microsoft has released patches to change how user and kernel mode code is allowed to interact. However, there are facets of VDI architecture that help mitigate the effects of Meltdown and Spectre attack surfaces. Let’s take a look at what those are. VDI Environments Help Mitigate Meltdown and Spectre Attack Surfaces When it comes to… Read More »

NComputing to bring Citrix Ready workspace hub to enterprises

SAN MATEO, Calif., Feb. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — NComputing to bring Citrix Ready workspace hub to enterprises. NComputing showcase

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NComputing will evolve their RX-HDX thin client into the Citrix Ready workspace hub, bringing innovation and use-case driven features to enterprises.


The Citrix Ready workspace hub by NComputing is an enterprise-ready software and hardware solution.  Citrix Ready verification ensures that it meets the performance, security and manageability demands of an enterprise-grade zero client. 


The NComputing RX-HDX thin client is available through authorized NComputing resellers with a MSRP of $119*. The Citrix workspace hub update will be available as a technical preview and available for download on March 31st, 2018. And, if you’re attending Mobile World Congress you can also see it in the Citrix booth.

HP 310 – t310 G2 AIO All-in-One Zero Client Released

HP Unveils HP t310 G2 All-in-One Zero Client Reinventing zero clients with HP’s first narrow bezel AiO PALO ALTO, Calif., January 3, 2018 — HP announced its first narrow bezel HP t310 G2 All-in-One Zero Client (HP 310) with seamless visuals, improved ergonomics and maximum data security. Powered by Teradici1 and compatible with VMware®2 and Amazon3 virtual workspace environments, the HP t310 G2 AiO Zero Client allows customers to take their work to new heights with the design and performance they want, and the security they need. With a virtually borderless full HD display, customers can enjoy an impressive visual experience with one or more monitors to create a seamless and aesthetically beautiful workspace. The… Read More »

University of Florence: The largest university library in the city becomes centrally managed with Praim

The University of Florence is an important and influential centre for research and higher training in Italy, with 1,800 lecturers and internal research staff, 1,600 technical and administrative staff. At the beginning of 2016 approximately 230 PCs were replaced with thin clients and a centrally managed VDI system. Appreciated by users and IT staff, it was decided to extend the project to the computer classrooms as well. The replacement of devices began, initially with the obsolete units. Currently, SIAF provides about 320 workstations, some with dedicated graphics hardware , and the forecast is to expand to about 800 workstations in 2018. The first workstations that migrated to the VDI system… Read More »

Christmas doesn’t have to be Crisis with the Aimar Foundation and IGEL

Christmas doesn’t have to be Crisis with the Aimar Foundation and IGEL Reading UK. December 21, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that Crisis, the UK national charity for single homeless people, is using its thin client terminals as part of the technology solution provided at nine Crisis at Christmas locations in London, its operational centre as well locations in Birmingham, Coventry, Newcastle and Edinburgh. It is expected that around 4,700 homeless guests will be supported by the charity this year during the nine-day festive and New Year period. The IGEL equipment is part of a total IT package provided to Crisis at… Read More »

Praim announces the compatibility of its ThinOX thin clients with Cisco Virtualization Experience Media Engine (VXME)

Trento, December 15th, 2017 – Praim, a global leader in providing powerful managed endpoint software solutions and a manufacturer of thin and zero clients, announces today the compatibility of its Linux-based, ThinOX thin clients with Cisco Virtualization Experience Media Engine (VXME), a component of the Unified Communication platform Cisco Jabber. This solution allows different methods of communication, from instant messaging, high definition voice, video and conferencing, to voicemail with visual interface and desktop sharing. Thanks to VXME integration, the full range of Praim thin clients (ThinOX and Windows Embedded) support Cisco Jabber, providing users a higher audio and video conferencing experience in virtualized systems. Praim certifies an extended range of… Read More »

IGEL Extends Skype for Business Support to VMware Horizon Virtual Desktops

IGEL Extends Skype for Business Support to VMware Horizon Virtual Desktops The popular business communication platform’s high-definition audio and video conferencing capabilities are now available on IGEL OSTM-powered IGEL Universal Desktop™ thin clients configured for VMware Horizon® Client 4.6 READING, UK. Dec. 7, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that it has optimised the IGEL OS, adding support for Skype® for Business to IGEL UD6 and UD9 series Universal Desktop (UD) thin clients, and IGEL UD Pocket micro thin clients configured with VMware Horizon Client 4.6. Demand for high-definition audio and video conferencing capabilities is on the rise. According to No Jitter’s Second… Read More »

Citrix Receiver for Linux 3.17: benefit from the latest HDX technology

With Citrix releasing their Receiver version 13.7, the gap between Linux and Windows has reduced. With the current release of the Praim ThinOX firmware, customers can now benefit from the latest receiver on Praim thin client hardware as well as x86 based devices with ThinOX4PC. The most important aspect of this latest client, is the provision of the EDT (Enlightened Data Transport) protocol, which has been part of the Windows Receiver since version 4.6 which was first released in December 2016. What does EDT, or HDX Adaptive Transport offer that makes this worthwhile? Read here: www.praim.com

IGEL wins Digitalisation Innovation of the Year for UD Pocket

IGEL wins Digitalisation Innovation of the Year for UD Pocket at SVC Awards UD Pocket provides mobile workers with access to their desktop from any device. Reading, UK. November 30th, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, has won the Digitalisation Innovation of the Year award for its UD Pocket micro thin client solution at the SVC Awards in London, UK.  The award was voted for by readers of publications such as Digitalisation World, Datacenter Solutions, Storage Virtualisation and Cloud. The SVC Awards reward the products, projects and services, as well as the companies and teams, operating in the cloud, storage and digitalisation sectors. Other winners… Read More »

St George’s NHS Trust implemented Praim thin clients and ThinMan remote management console

With thousands of staff caring for patients around the clock, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust is the largest healthcare provider in southwest London. With over 7,000 dedicated staff, St George’s Healthcare serves an overall population of 1.3 million across southwest London. A large number of services, such as cardiothoracic medicine and surgery, neurosciences and renal transplantation, also cover significant populations from Surrey and Sussex, totalling around 3.5 million people. To serve such a big population, St George’s clinicians are constantly moving throughout all the facilities to treat patients. Timing and quick service are the primary need for the hospital. Doctors require fast, easy and secure access to clinical applications and… Read More »

IGEL’s DISRUPT forum brings together technology thought leaders

IGEL’s DISRUPT forum brings together technology thought leaders to address the latest challenges in End User Computing  Register to see the latest End User Computing innovations, hear from industry experts and leading solutions providers or attend technical boot camps  Reading, UK. November 27th, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced plans for its DISRUPT end user computing forum in Bremen, Germany, running from January 17-19th, 2018. DISRUPT will bring together technology thought leaders to discuss the latest innovations in end user computing and workspace management, demonstrate the latest solutions and provide technical training. Registration is open now.  “Virtual Desktop Infrastructures and End User Computing innovations are creating… Read More »

IGEL Honored with CRN 2017 Tech Innovator Award

The IGEL UD Pocket recognized by CRN for innovation, creativity and unique features that help solution providers solve end users’ IT challenges.

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IGEL UD Pocket is a groundbreaking micro thin client device which enables remote and mobile workers to access cloud services, server-based computing applications and virtual desktops by plugging a tiny device into any x86 machine, including Macs. After connecting to the internet, it automatically integrates into the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) for secure remote support, deployment and management. UD Pocket extends the functionality of existing hardware by enabling a second tightly managed operating system to run on an endpoint. Once the user has finished accessing their virtual desktop environment through the IGEL UD Pocket, they can simply reboot their principal OS and return to the original desktop. UD Pocket delivers any device, any application and any cloud solution that is foundational to a modern, mobile, software defined thin client solution.