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Wyse Takes Linux Kernel 2.6 To Thin Client

The Winterm has USB and legacy I/O ports in a small chassis that fits on or under a desk, or can be bolted to the wall.

InformationWeek Staff

August 2, 2004

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Wyse Technology Monday unveiled the first thin client that relies on the newest Linux kernel, 2.6.

Wyse's Winterm 5150SE thin client, which will ship in the last quarter of the year, will be powered by the company's Linux V6 operating system and run on Advanced Micro Devices' Geode GX [email protected], a compact and low-powered processor that operates at 400MHz.

Sans fans, hard drive, and CD-ROM, the Winterm boasts USB and legacy I/O ports in a small chassis that fits on or under a desk, or can be mounted on a wall. It comes bundled with Wyse Rapport, the San Jose, Ca.-based company's device management tool.

Prices for the 5150SE have not yet been set.

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