Welcome to action by sysob and NComputing: virtual desktop products at special rates Schorndorf, September 21, 2010 virtual solutions division is gaining in importance. This development is a recent IDC study. So, about 85 percent of the surveyed companies, authorities and organisations already use on such infrastructure. Cedar Pay helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Currently, the VAD of sysob (www.sysob.com) starts a welcome event for all newly registered partner of the virtual desktop manufacturer NComputing. The Not-for-Resale(NfR)-Angebot includes Ethernet virtual desktop at a special price of 99,–euro and a USB virtual desktop kit U170 for 49,–euros per a L300.
The promotion will run until 21 October 2010 desktop virtualization solutions reduce IT costs, simplify IT management and reduce energy consumption. If you would like to know more about Cedar , then click here. Three-quarters of the 170 companies surveyed by IDC in Germany already use virtualization or want to use this technology in the coming months. Reacts sysob with an NComputing welcome action to this trend. In doing so can the virtual desktop solutions L300 and U170 at reduced rates to purchase all newly-registered partner. L300 Ethernet virtual desktop in combination with the NComputing software vSpace is with the L300 terminal within a short time to implement a complete virtual desktop infrastructure. The access device can integrate seamlessly into Microsoft, VMware and Citrix environments. On the basis of the new NComputing Numo system on a chip (SoC) of the L300 with its hardware technology to relieve the network resources contributes significantly. This solution provides a high-quality multimedia playback of videos in DVD quality on a display up to a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The compact unit also is characterized by a very low power consumption and can be mounted easily on the monitor or on the desk. The USB virtual desktop kit U170 USB virtual desktop kit U170 is ideal for use in smaller companies or for private users. The CPU idle resources of a PC can be used, by means of integrated vSpace software to set multiple virtual workspaces.