With the discontinuation of the Oracle Sun Ray Clients, IGEL’s Universal Desktop thin clients offer a cost-effective solution to migrate from existing Sun infrastructures.Customers looking to migrate away from the discontinued Sun Ray Software and Sun Ray Clients can continue to integrate new clients into their existing VDI environment thanks to a solution from […]
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IGEL will be the first thin client manufacturer to demonstrate a prototype of a multiprotocol/multimedia thin client when it exhibits at CeBIT this year. With its ARM technology and system on chip (SoC) design, including a Digital Signal Processor from Texas Instruments, this energy-efficient thin client offers exceptional multimedia performance.
Stephen Yeo of IGEL explains the technical features and business benefits of the Universal Desktop Thin Client product range. IGEL’s Universal Desktop strategy is unique and enables organisations to deliver all their server-based applications, anywhere in the cloud, with the best user experience, security, ease of management and lowest total cost of ownership.