Thinlabs Joins the Cisco Solution Partner Program
Re: Thinlabs Joins the Cisco Solution Partner Program
Fairless Hills, PA – November 14, 2016 – Thinlabs announced that it has joined the Cisco® Solution Partner Program as a solution partner. As a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program, Thinlabs is able to quickly deploy solutions to enhance the capabilities, performance and management of the network to capture value in Enterprise Infrastructure and roll out of End user computing devices.
JR Mundkur, CEO of Thinlabs said, “Customers can remove complexity and speed up roll out of our Touchscreen and Desktop All-in-One Computers with UPoE. Working with Cisco not only gives our customers the flexibility of PoE, but also the inherent capabilities of Cisco such as security, performance, QoS and reliable power. Thinlabs computers can run unfettered and provide optimum performance to users with Cisco’s UPoE switches.”
The Cisco Solution Partner Program, part of the Cisco Partner Ecosystem, unites Cisco with third-party independent hardware and software vendors to deliver integrated solutions to joint customers. As a Solution Partner, Thinlabs offers a complementary product offering and has started to collaborate with Cisco to meet the needs of joint customers.
Since 1998, Thinlabs has been the leading independent manufacturer of specialized thin client and desktop computing solutions, offering the widest range of All in One Computers in the industry. Thinlabs offers customized solutions and services that offer a range of benefits including:
- Increased Security and Reliability
- Improved and Centralized Asset Management (with Thinlabs Device Manager)
- Improved Total-Cost-of-Ownership
- Reduced Overall Computer-Related Energy Consumption
- Power over Ethernet - All Thinlabs AIO Computers can be powered over Ethernet
* Compatibility certification via Interoperability Verification Testing and Cisco Validated Design is designed to simulate typical customer configurations and does not replace the need for on-site testing and interoperability validation in conjunction with actual implementation.