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IGEL Fattens Thin-Client Product Line
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5/21/2013 | 10:02:36 AM
re: IGEL Fattens Thin-Client Product Line
Thanks for your comment, Tam. It may not have come out in the story as much as maybe it should, but the firm did stress to me that they think they are innovating as much in the software side as the hardware. I guess we'll see what the market decides!
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5/20/2013 | 11:56:47 AM
re: IGEL Fattens Thin-Client Product Line
The problem Igel have is that they essentially make identical products to the HP/Dell - who dominate the market. As they all use PC type technology - the only way they see to take things forward is to add more power, whether users need it or not. More power is never a bad thing - but the extra cost is. Luckily there are alternative companies out there with more imagination who provide the performance without simply throwing more hardware at the problem - such as the innovative technology from Axel and Ncomputing...


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