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July 28, 2010

VXL launches new line-up of Itona desktops

Delivers computing offerings for cloud, virtualisation and remote desktop environments

By CBR Staff Writer

Global thin client manufacturer VXL Instruments, has launched its line-up of Itona desktops, which deliver thin client computing offerings for cloud, virtualisation and remote desktop environments.

The company said that its new range of thin clients available in entry-level, mid-range and high-performance sectors, feature wide range of operating systems, including SUSE, Sylph-OS, XPe, WES, Linux and Windows CE 6.0. They are supported by Xlmanage, VXL’s own remote device management software.

VXL's range of new Itona desktops

VXL said that its entry-level products Itona TC1430 and 1440 models, incorporating LX600 chip-set, are suitable for task orientated usage, employing ICA, RDP and other established protocols. The mid-range features the 15 xx Series and the 1GHz C xx Series that offer multi-media decoding capabilities.

The high-performance range boasts the Csxx Series, Dsxx Series and Es xx Series. The Dsxx and Esxx series incorporate VX800 chipset that offers support for local multimedia decoding.

Arun Kumar Bhuwania, chairman, said: "At VXL all we do is think thin. Being focused and listening to the voice of the customer means we’re able to offer a product portfolio that delivers an unbeatable combination of choice, performance, low total cost of ownership and worldwide customer support.

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"Furthermore, with the improved reliability, productivity and data security benefits of server-based computing compared to conventional installations, this makes these thin clients an excellent proposition."

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