Press Release Summary:
Stateless thin client models SYM5100 and SYM5100E are diskless terminals which boot from USB drive (The Symbiont Boot Stick) and support standard 802.11 b/g/n wireless protocols. Functionality enables users to access their data and applications from various sites where there is no wired infrastructure. As desktop devices with small footprint, products are suited for use on mobile healthcare carts and other places where adding new wiring is impractical.
Original Press Release:
Symbio Technologies Adds Wireless Capability to Stateless Thin Clients
NEW ROCHELLE, NY--Symbio Technologies (http://www.symbio-technologies.com) announced today that it has added wireless capability to two of its stateless thin client models, making them one of the few such products on the market. The diskless terminals, which boot from a tiny USB drive called The Symbiont Boot Stick, support the standard 802.11 b/g/n wireless protocols.
"A lot of our customers told us they needed to access their data and applications from various sites where there was no wired infrastructure," said Symbio's CTO Gideon Romm. "By offering wireless on our SYM5100 and SYM5100E models, we could answer that need and offer them a desktop device with a small footprint. These wireless units are perfect for use on mobile healthcare carts, for example, and in other places where adding new wiring is costly or impractical."
About Symbio Technologies
Symbio Technologies reduces the cloud computing revolution to a plug-and-play, appliance-based solution. Certified and accredited by the US Department of Energy, the security-hardened Symbiont Boot Appliance makes network deployments simple, consistent, reliable, and secure. With this technology, organizations can reuse existing equipment, connect to the cloud through numerous protocols, and meet their security objectives. Symbio's products are available worldwide through a network of distributors, value-added resellers and integrators in Australia, Canada, Chile, Egypt, Mexico, Pakistan, South Africa, and the U.K., as well as throughout the U.S.