Tritton Technologies, a provider of USB-to-video offerings, has aligned with Microsoft to provide integration with its newly launched Windows Multipoint Server 2010 multiuser operating system.
Tritton is providing USB thin client workstations to OEM customers, which are designed to work with Microsoft’s new Windows Multipoint Server 2010.
According to Tritton, the Multipoint Workstation 300 (MWS300) utilising SEE2 technology will provide PC functionality and video over USB. It connects to the sever via a single USB 2.0 cable and provides connectivity for a workstation, including a monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, microphone and four USB ports.
In addition, it supports standard displays up to 1600 x 1200, and widescreen displays up to 1680 x 1050. The new workstation also eliminates the need for internal video card installation and supports standard USB peripherals, VGA displays and audio devices, the company said.
Chris Von Huben, CEO of Tritton Technologies, said: “Tritton’s low cost USB thin client with integrated video is an unmatched solution for Windows MultiPoint Server 2010. The combination of Microsoft’s server software and Tritton’s USB-to-video hardware is a powerful tool that will allow educators, governments and emerging countries to provide affordable computer access to millions of people around the world.”