HP announced that its entire line of thin clients is now certified for VMware ViewTM, making the products even easier for customers to deploy in VMware environments.
HP is among the first in the industry to offer customers Linux thin clients certified for VMware View Manager, an enterprise desktop management server that enables IT administrators to quickly provision and tightly control user access. Additionally, HP is currently the only vendor to receive View Manager certification for Windows CE.
'HP's thin client innovation and long-standing relationship with VMware has allowed us to meet growing customer demand by delivering a Linux option for VMware View Manager several months earlier than originally planned, Category Manager, Workstations and Thin Clients.
The new HP 2533t Mobile Thin Client (pictured) combines thin client and business notebook technologies to enhance data security and improve both ease of use and reliability.
Designed for mobile workers who have a well-defined set of tasks requiring a wide range of general-purpose software or unique business applications, the HP Compaq 6720t Mobile Thin Client is ideal for on-the-go professionals such as insurance claim processors, remote staff, warehouse and inventory managers and office administrators.
Windows-based HP thin clients certified for VMware View Manager, as well as HP ThinPro Linux products are available now at a starting price of $299.
In addition, HP announced a portfolio of Citrix-Ready thin clients and blade client products is now available with Citrix XenDesktop, as well as being certified by VMware Inc. for compatibility with its VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
HP Thin Clients Technology will help a variety of organizations across business sectors to archive higher performances as compared to the use of traditional PCs systems. Apart from the operating cost and IT investment reduction, HP Thin Clients accommodate business with ease of use, more secure, better space utilization, and also energy efficiency.
Why bank on HP? HP Thin Clients are used at each teller’s station to input information. With a diskless system, there is less risk of data theft or a virus attack.
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