Virtualization Add-Ons

Zero and Thin Client

For the most up-to-date virtual desktop solutions, we offer cutting-edge Thinclients and Zero Clients. Our VMware, Citrix and Microsoft ready hardware is designed to suit all user types, from those requiring low-level application support such as Microsoft Office, right through to power users requiring HD Video/Audio, Flash/HTML5, video conferencing, 3D, CAD and 4K resolution.

With its standard support of Citrix ICA/HDX and Microsoft RDP solutions, you have instant access to your applications on Linux or Windows desktop (through Microsoft RDP or Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop). We offer the best polyvalence of its category, allowing having Windows and UNIX solutions cohabiting on the same screen at the same time. It provides you with a universal solution avoiding cluttering on your desks. It is a fast and user-friendly terminal, avoiding any unnecessary complication. It guarantees you a simple and totally centralized organization.

Types of Thin and zero client:

Thin Clients Endpoints Hardware

The Thin client hardware device allows you to access to your Windows desktop with the comfort and power of a standard workstation. Its small in size yet surprisingly powerful, supporting a 4K dual monitor setup at a value price point. Featuring DisplayPort and HDMI combination along with Fiber support (SFP Ready), the thin client hardware is an ideal choice for Federal and Military as well as Enterprise Organizations in verticals such as Finance and Healthcare needing the absolute highest levels of security in their VDI environment. The Thin Client is available with Linux and Windows 10 IoT (W10 IoT) operating systems and is VMware, Citrix and Microsoft Ready.

PC to Thin Client Converter

There are 2 options to convert PCs into secure Thin or Zero Client endpoints. First option is a portable device USB that enables you to access cloud services, server-based computing applications or virtual desktops via your existing PC estate. The size of it is no larger than a USB flash drive. Simply insert it in your PC and it will boot up and start. This USB is integrated with a Device Manager for remote support, deployment and management. The second option to transform your PC to a thin client endpoint is to replace its existing operating system by a dedicated customized OS based on Linux platform.

Mobile Thin Client all in one Hardware

Mobile Thin Client consists of a LCD screen display, keyboard, Intel processor, flash/internal memory and shape similar to the laptop with Windows Embedded OS based mobile thin client device especially designed for the mobile worker client/server computing environment. It is a highly secure mobile thin client which stores all data and safe accessed on remotely server. With the support of Citrix ICA/HDX, Microsoft RDP and VMware View, mobile thin client can be used to create virtual and session based desktop experiences from many remote desktop capable operating systems, which delivers the mobile workers a rich remote user experience.

Hyper Cloud Infrastructure (HCI) Server

HCI based servers solutions can be implemented in two ways

  • Special HCI server hardware with HCI software by a specific vendor for easy and quick deployment
  • HCI software + Third party server hardware for specific deployment

In both cases we can deploy the HCI cloud servers, but the scenario two shows the strength of our solution that its based on the Network Virtualization Functionality (NFV) technology. HCI is a suit of software which is installed on a physical server, and used to virtualize servers and resources of physical server (CPU/memory/storage, etc), and to provide guest operating systems with complete hardware system functions and independent operating environment, which are called virtual machine.

Additionally, there are some requirements for the physical server on which you want to install the HCI software. The server’s CPU must support Intel Intel Virtualization Technology(VT) or AMD-V. For some servers, it is required to enable VT-x in BIOS. Memory of the server must be greater than 16GB. Free disk space of the server must be greater than or equal to 60GB. To run virtual machines, data disk is also required. You can use external iSCSI or FC storage, or build virtual storage by configuring SSD and HDD and the server must have at least 4 NICs.

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