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October 14, 2010

Wyse launches new mobile thin client ‘X50c’

Campus roaming access to virtual desktops

By CBR Staff Writer

Wyse Technology, a cloud computing provider, has launched the Wyse X50c mobile thin client with PCoIP and a new software system, which is designed for campus roaming access to virtual desktops.

The 1.3kg Wyse X50C is based on Wyse-enhanced SUSE Linux and is designed for remote working and provides access to personal workspaces.

The device features a 1.33GHz Intel Atom processor, 29cm (11.6in) LED backlit screen, and up to eight hours of battery power.

The new system is optimised for use with the virtualisation offerings including VMware View 4.5 with the PCoIP display protocol, and automatically updates and configures itself based on network settings, the company said.

Wyse product manager Hector Angulo said, with the new Wyse X50c, customers who require a mobile client can now enjoy the security and ease of management breakthrough benefits of Wyse-enhanced SUSE Linux.

VMware vice president of end user computing products Vittorio Viarengo said that the combination of the X50c and PCoIP will enable IT to deliver the access to remote desktops users desire while being able to easily maintain control over their client infrastructures.

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