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April 18, 2012
Are you currently doing a Thin Client Proof of Concept and worried about the future availability of that product? Who will be my future account representative? Where will the support come from and will they be versed on supporting my current model? How will future warranty exchanges be handled? Will the current management utility support both brands and will I be forced to use two different...
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April 18, 2012
Using a Windows Embedded Operating System on a Thin Client in a VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) environment has many advantages over other embedded operating systems or Zero Clients, and in this piece we would like to go through a number of those benefits.
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January 27, 2012
Thin client technology has once again taken a step forward in providing clients with better data security, patch management, lost information recovery, on-demand storage and levels of performance. A number of 10ZiG Technology Ltd’s operating systems are taking advantage of software from one of its partners, Citrix. Below, Robert Hammond, Vice President of Business Development & Product Marketing for 10ZiG, details some of the new features of Citrix Receiver 12: HDX...
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December 20, 2011
10ZiG Technology has supplied one of the UK's leading Universities with a faster more effective IT network, whilst at the same time significantly reducing its carbon foot-print. York University, one of the top ten Universities in the UK, asked 10ZiG to provide an IT service that offered increased desktop control, a consistent end user experience and was environmentally friendly. 10ZiG, one of Europe's fastest growing thin client development companies, supplied the...
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December 20, 2011
Many of you may be familiar with what a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is, we are often asked by prospective clients to explain the basic points. So here, 10ZiG Technology Ltd gives some clear answers to questions you may have about how VDI can help your business...
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December 29, 2009
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Based on Microsoft XP SP3 Professional operating system. Standard features include IE 8 browser with SUN and Microsoft JVM, Macromedia Flash, Adobe Acrobat Reader. Windowing support for all applications, built-in Terminal Emulation, and device support for printers, USB and PCMCIA. Connection to Citrix or Terminal Server, Windows Domain servers provided -- all displayed on a Windows XP desktop.
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December 29, 2009
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Based on Microsoft XP SP3 Professional operating system. Standard features include IE 8 browser with both SUN and Microsoft JVM, Macromedia Flash, Adobe Acrobat Reader. Windowing support for all applications, built-in Terminal Emulation, and device support for printers, USB and PCMCIA. Connection to Citrix or Terminal Server, Windows Domain servers provided -- all displayed on a Windows XP SP3 desktop.
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December 29, 2009
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There are many benefits to switching from PCs to thin clients. One of the benefits is the effect to our environment. Research has found that PCs use twice as much energy as a thin client environment. PCs average between 65 – 250 watts of energy whereas thin clients require only about 40 watts including the server.
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December 29, 2009
Ever since Thin Clients were conceived the message has always been that unlike PC’s the CPU on the Thin Client is unimportant. The concept this comes from is that the Server is doing most of the work and therefore the horsepower needs to be there. The Thin Client in this case is merely animating the screen content and sending the keyboard and mouse data to the Server. What we have seen...
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December 29, 2009
In the beginning, thin-client terminals booted from a server, had very slow CPUs with small amounts of memory, and relied on application servers to provide needed features. It is no surprise that these early thin clients didn't take off because delivery was poor (high bandwidth requirements, low color support, no sound, etc.) and the application...
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