Devon IT Announces Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliance for Thin Clients

Devon IT, Inc., the fastest-emerging provider of thin client terminals and software, announced today that it has the ability to deliver its thin client terminals and software to federal government agencies in compliance with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). The thin client terminals sold to federal government agencies will be designated with a “G” at the end of their part numbers.

“Devon IT is honored to be the thin client of choice for many top corporations and state and local government agencies in the U.S., and we saw an opportunity to enhance service to our federal government customers by releasing TAA-compliant thin clients,” said Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT. “The use of hosted desktops and virtualization is ideal for many of our government clients because of the technology’s ability to stretch infrastructure IT budgets. This is the latest step in our ongoing efforts to better accommodate the federal, state, and local government entities that use our products.”

Devon IT thin client terminals are powerful, cost-effective alternatives to standard PC desktops. Companies and organizations of all sizes realize substantially lower computing costs, increased security, and several other benefits through a server-based approach to desktops compared to traditional fat client PCs. Devon IT’s goals have been anchored in driving innovation to develop high-performance products that use less energy and reduce IT costs across-the-board. Devon works with industry partners, including Citrix, Lenovo and VMware, to deliver the enterprise-wide benefits of thin clients to businesses and organization needing low-cost IT solutions.

For more information about Devon’s products and TAA compliance, or to arrange for a proof-of-concept, email, or call 610-757-4220 or toll-free 888-524-9382. More information is available at

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