Press Release Summary:
Designed for environments with up to 250 users, IGEL one offers customers choice of CitrixÂ® XenApp, MicrosoftÂ® Terminal Services, Ericom PowerTerm Webconnect, Cendio ThinLinc, and NoMachine NX server-based computing solutions. Onboard VNC client enables businesses to provide centralized remote IT support from helpdesk. Thin client is suited for single campus schools, manufacturing production lines, and small to medium sized businesses.
Original Press Release:
IGEL One: A Low Entry Thin Client for the Unmanaged Desktop Market from Just £128*
Reading, UK - May 18, 2009 - IGEL Technology today launched its low entry thin client, the IGEL one, from just £128 excluding VAT. The IGEL one is designed for user environments with up to 250 users. These environments include single campus schools and colleges, manufacturing production lines as well as small to medium businesses where sophisticated management software is not required.
Customers can choose from one of five different protocols for the IGEL one to best meet their needs. The supported Server-Based Computing solutions include Citrix® XenApp, Microsoft® Terminal Services, Ericom PowerTerm Webconnect, Cendio ThinLinc and NoMachine NX. The preferred solution can be chosen when the devices are booted for the first time. The device is then automatically locked to this solution.
The IGEL one is extremely cost efficient and ideal for businesses looking to deploy terminals for centralised application delivery such as office based applications. The IGEL also has a VNC client onboard, enabling businesses to provide centralised remote IT support from a helpdesk.
For more information on the IGEL one go to: www.igel.com
* Price excludes VAT
About IGEL Technology
IGEL Technology is the world's third largest client vendor by revenue and is market leader in its home country of Germany (2008 IDC). The company produces the industry's widest range of thin clients, based on Linux and Microsoft Windows, giving customers access to almost any form of server-based infrastructure and application including virtual PCs from VMware®, Citrix® Xen or Microsoft®, terminal services, legacy applications via Ericom® PowerTerm® terminal emulation, web, Java, SAP and VoIP. Form factors include traditional desktops, integrated LCD units, quad screens and PC to thin client conversion cards.
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