Wyse Presents Cloud Client Computing Solutions and Collaboration with Microsoft’s Virtualization Solutions at Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011
SAN JOSE, Calif. – 07/07/2011 – Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, announced that as part of their participation at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference(WPC), the company will be demonstrating its comprehensive line of cloud client computing solutions. Microsoft’s annual event takes place July 10-14 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall. Wyse will be prominently represented at WPC in Booth 835. Among the products being demonstrated are:
Wyse Configuration Manager (WCM)
WCM is an innovative self-configuring client technology for the cloud and Wyse-enhanced Windows Embedded virtual desktop environments. IT administrators can create configuration files using a simple standalone GUI or capture them from a pre-configured Wyse Windows Embedded device. This configuration can be automatically deployed to Windows Embedded devices at login, saving IT departments a significant amount of time in creating and deploying custom images and device settings throughout an enterprise. WCM allows every user to have a different configuration without IT having to re-image each and every endpoint.
Wyse Solutions for Windows Multipoint Server 2011
Wyse understands the challenges of securing, deploying and maintaining computing solutions for education institutions, both K-12 and higher education. The Wyse E01 zero client and Wyse T50 thin client along with Microsoft Windows Multipoint Server 2011 enables education institutions to increase computing access for students while reducing equipment, energy and maintenance costs.
Wyse Cloud PCs Along with Wyse Streaming Manager (WSM)
Wyse WSM is the first solution to stream the operating system and applications to deliver them independently of one another to Cloud PC desktops and VDI virtual machines, giving IT administrators the control they need to ensure the consistency of desktop software across the enterprise.
Wyse R10L RemoteFX Zero Client
Working closely with Microsoft, Wyse engineers developed support for RDP 7.1 and RemoteFX in Wyse Zero™, an intelligent cloud software technology, and already in use in millions of thin clients, next-generation zero clients, and Wyse’s hugely popular Wyse PocketCloud mobile cloud software available for iOS and Android devices. This solution combines powerful general purpose thin client hardware, RemoteFX, and Wyse Zero to deliver the future in next-generation zero client technology — improving the usefulness and economics of VDI by providing workers significantly improved user experience, and benefiting IT by eliminating tasks associated with client management and security.
For more information on the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, please visit http://digitalwpc.com
About Wyse Technology
Wyse Technology is the global leader in Cloud Client Computing. The Wyse portfolio includes industry-leading thin, zero and cloud PC client solutions with advanced management, desktop virtualization and cloud software supporting desktops, laptops and next generation mobile devices. Cloud client computing replaces the outdated computing model of the unsecure, unreliable, energy-intensive and expensive PC, all while delivering lower TCO and a superior user experience. Wyse has shipped more than 20 million units and has over 200 million people interacting with their products each day, enabling the leading private, public, hybrid and government cloud implementations worldwide. Wyse partners with industry-leading IT vendors, including Cisco®, Citrix®, IBM®, Microsoft, and VMware® as well as globally-recognized distribution and service partners. Wyse is headquartered in San Jose, California, U.S.A., with offices worldwide.
For more information, visit the Wyse website at http://www.wyse.com or call 1-800-GET-WYSE.
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