Wyse Introduces New T50 Thin Client in UK
Wyse Technology is introducing entry-level thin client computing in UK featuring best-in-class multimedia, performance and management capabilities.
The company claims it is making Cloud Client Computing accessible to more UK businesses with the release of the Wyse T50 that delivers excellent web, Citrix, Microsoft, and VMware VDI user experience, all through an elegant and intuitive user interface. Suitable for all budgets and enterprises of all sizes, the Wyse T50 boasts enterprise feature set that defines a new standard for entry-level thin clients. It leverages the latest ARM v7 processor to deliver 2.5 times the performance of thin clients built on earlier architectures. Wyse also claims that the T50 is ready to use in less than 20 seconds, and makes connections to remote systems easy with its simple user interface.
“With the availability of the T50, we’re changing the dynamics of the entry level thin client market in the UK. Previously this market was defined by low cost options that lacked business level performance and delivered a basic end user experience,” said Andy Gee, UK sales director, Wyse. “With the T50 we’re able to demonstrate that low cost doesn’t mean low functionality. By delivering enterprise performance levels and capabilities in a highly affordable device, organisations of any size can take advantage of the full benefits of desktop virtualization.”
The Wyse T50 thin client also displays vibrant multimedia in VDI sessions plus local web access and Flash playback from its Chromium browser. Other features of the Wyse T50 includes the same automatic configuration and management used in Wyse’s premium thin and zero clients, which frees enterprises from depending on manual utilities and wizards.
Thanks to Wyse T50, users can connect to two monitors for optimum viewing versatility and benefit from a bracket that doubles both as desktop feet or a VESA monitor mounting bracket.
Moreover, Wyse T50 includes fast networking with gigabit Ethernet and optional integrated B/G/N Wi-Fi, supports the RDP7 protocol and offers advanced features such as the Wyse Collaborative Processing Architecture media redirection and bitmap compression.
By Anuradha Shukla
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