HP Introduces Virtualization-Friendly Thin Clients
Seeking to ease development and expansion of virtualization platforms, HP introduces 3 new thin clients incorporating the Windows Embedded Standard Operating System.
Seeking to ease development and expansion of virtualization platforms, HP introduces 3 new thin clients incorporating the Windows Embedded Standard Operating System.According to Tad Bodeman, director of marketing for HP Thin Client Solutions, SMBs, in particular, struggle with computing costs and the new thin clients and software offer a more efficient way to manage client virtualization and deliver more reliable, lower-cost computing without compromising security.
In a statement about the announcement, said Jeff Groudan, vice president, Thin Clients and Virtualization Solutions for HP said:
"The combination of HP software and thin client hardware ensures the enhanced productivity and superior user experience needed to deploy remote client virtualization to all levels of users across the entire enterprise. As the client virtualization market evolves, HP continues to provide innovative solutions, offering even more options to its customers to provide a robust personalized desktop experience."
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