Fujitsu has optimised Primergy MX130 server and Esprimo P700 PC with Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 to enable cost-conscious educational organisations and businesses to connect up to 20 users to one server or PC.
Windows claims that MultiPoint Server technology reduces technology costs up to 66% by lowering costs of hardware, energy and maintenance.
Organisations can choose either the Primergy MX130 server or Esprimo P700 as the host depending on their needs.
For companies looking for expandable performance, the Primergy MX130 provides enhanced memory and hard disk drive upgrade options along with high availability features like 24/7 operation.
Fujitsu Technology Solutions Workplace Systems head Dieter Heiss said with multi workplace computing they are delivering a technology solution that removes the barriers to computer-aided learning in the classroom, by providing the same user experience as with a standard PC, but at a fraction of the cost.
Microsoft Windows Server and Solutions Division general manager Chris Phillips said teachers and school administrators continue to face the tough realities around budget constraints, but are determined to provide access to technology that helps students thrive in the classroom.
"Fujitsu’s hardware using Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 address this challenge, giving teachers and administrators a way to increase technology access while helping to drive down costs," Phillips said.