Check out this interesting article from The Register about Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and how CIOs are endorsing Thin Client technology.
We at Thinlabs would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season, and a joyous and prosperous new year! Our hours for the remainder of the year will be as follows:
- Thursday, December 24th - 1:00 PM close
- Friday, December 25th - CLOSED
- Thursday, December 31st - 1:00 PM close
Consider your existing desktop computing electricity power requirement per computer. Take that number and cut it in half. Now cut it in half again. What are we left with - about 30W?
How about if I offered you a computer that consumes about one-third the power used by your computer (or less), while running Windows 7/8/10, equipped with a Quad Core processor that supports 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB SSD (or larger if you so desire), can be powered over the Ethernet, and has an all-in-one form factor that supports a 19" non-touch/touch screen that can be bought off the shelf.
Happy Easter from everyone at Thinlabs!
Happy St. Patrick's Day from everyone at Thinlabs! Get your green on!
Signamax Connectivity Systems, a Thinlabs Technical Partner, will feature Thinlabs 19" Power Over Ethernet Quad Core Systems with IR Touch Technology at their booth in the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BISCI) New Products Pavilion, Orlando World Center Marriott Resort and Convention Center, February 22 - 26.
Check out the BISCI website to register or for more information.
Nothing says love like an all-in-one thin client from Thinlabs (and a box of chocolate kisses, perhaps). Happy Valentine's Day!
Companies have spent many years building and maintaining an IT infrastructure to meet the needs of their burgeoning enterprises, balancing rapid technological advances with slower, heavy-duty long-lasting devices and peripherals that employees have come to depend on - everything from Quad Core thin clients with solid state drives; Android telephones and Windows 8 tablets; to rebuilt fourth-generation PCs with PS/2 keyboards and mice used as zero clients, along with fifteen year-old black-and-white laser printers.
With significant monetary investments in critical equipment requiring...