Category Archives: VMware thin clients

New T310 Thin Client from HP – pictures, collateral and review

Palo Alto, CA.  July 10, 2017 – The HP t310 is HP’s next generation zero client  with a new modern design, that provides the high-performance customers want, and the security they need. It now includes a built-in VESA mounting pattern1 creating a more efficient workspace for end users. The HP t310 Zero Client makes deployment simple right out of the box for VMWare®2 and… Read More »

VMworld – NVIDIA GRID 2.0 Comes To Dell Blade Platform With Amulet

Amulet Hotkey announced today the launch of the world’s first NVIDIA GRID™ vGPU™ capable Dell Blade, allowing enterprises to experience the full benefit of remote access to rich graphics applications using VMware Horizon 6 and vSphere® 6 with the new NVIDIA GRID 2.0. NVIDIA GRID 2.0 Comes To Dell Blade Platform With Amulet Hotkey’s Dell M630 Blade Based… Read More »

High Performance Computing mit Thin Clients – IGEL stellt den UD6 mit Quad-Core-Prozessor vor

IGEL Technology hat heute seinen neuesten und gleichzeitig leistungsstärksten Thin Client vorgestellt. Der IGEL UD6 überzeugt durch einenbis zu 2,42 GHz schnellen Intel Celeron Quad-Core-Prozessor und einer üppigen Speicherausstattung. Dieses Hardware-Gerüst macht das neue Flaggschiff aus dem Hause IGEL zur ersten Wahl, wenn es um die Bewältigung anspruchsvollster Grafik-, 3D- oder Multimedia-Anwendungen geht und gleichzeitig alle Vorteile einer… Read More »

Gartner Top 10 Cloud Myths for Thin Client

Nice breakout by Gartner of the major myths when it comes to Cloud Computing to keep in mind. Article and presentation link Myth 1: Cloud Is Always About Money IaaS prices fall, but SaaS applications typically don’t follow the same cost-cutting trends. For example, you know Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure will deliver price… Read More »

3 Reasons VMware, Inc.’s Shares Could Fall

3 Reasons VMware, Inc.’s Shares Could FallMotley FoolVMware (NYSE: VMW ) stands at a crossroads right now. Source: www.fool.com When VMware was a brand-new OpenStack Foundation member, OpenStack insiders worried the addition would destroy the platform from within. “For its $200,000 annual gold member fee VMware just elegantly subdued one of its most feared competitors and we, at… Read More »