Wyse Unveils High-Performance Thin-Client Line

Wyse Technology, a longtime thin-client maker that also describes itself as a provider of "cloud client computing," made several new-product announcements Aug. 29 at VMworld 2011, including new high-performing thin clients, Linux thin clients and mobile clients.

The San Jose, Calif.-based company said it is now shipping its highest-performing thin clients, the Z90D7 and Z90DW. 

In addition, Wyse introduced two new Linux-based members of its Z-class family: the Wyse Z50S and Wyse Z50D.  The Wyse Z50 is the high-performance thin-client product line based on Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise, the industry’s only enterprise-quality Linux operating system that utilizes Wyse’s thin-computing management and user experience software.  

On the mobility side, Wyse’s X-class Microsoft Windows and SUSE Linux-based platforms now support integration with the Big Three of the hypervisor market: VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Citrix XenServer.

Wyse’s new mobile thin clients enable remote or traveling workers to work online and offline while remaining secure and synchronized with the virtualized infrastructure by supporting both VMware View 5 "local mode" and Wyse WSM "cruiser mode."

Wyse said its Z-class thin clients are now using an entirely new engine, one in which all the major system elements CPU cores, vector engines and a unified video decoder for HD decoding tasks reside inside the same processor for more effective deployment of the software.  

To read the original eWeek article, click here: Wyse Unveils Its Fastest Thin-Client Line

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