Devon IT, Inc., a leading thin client hardware and software provider, today announced the availability of its TC10 zero client model to meet the needs of users requiring high-powered virtual desktop functionality.
The TC10 zero client has no application OS, CPU, or processor and provides a rich user experience using the PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®) protocol, ideal for virtual desktop environments as well as hardware accelerated remote workstations. With an integrated Teradici PCoIP processor, the TC10 allows users at enterprises and small-scale companies to manage desktops centrally and allows delivery of images and applications that rival PC performance directly from the data center.
“The hurdles for widespread adoption of virtual desktop computing solutions have undoubtedly been anchored in performance,” says Stephane Verdy, CTO for Devon IT. “Powerful new zero client solutions like the TC10 deliver high-end user experiences that rival traditional desktop PCs, eradicating the performance obstacle but also drastically improving the utility for IT personnel. The cost, management, and security benefits of managing virtual desktops centrally have proven to be very attractive to companies of all sizes, and we believe adding rich media and performance with Zero Client computing fills a growing segment in virtual desktop deployment.”
“Devon has been a long term partner of Teradici and their innovative design of the TC10 zero client provides a highly secure and low maintenance method of accessing virtual desktops with full media capability. The new release of VMware View™ 4 with the PCoIP protocol is a compelling solution and makes the Devon TC10 a good fit for a much broader audience.”
– Randy Groves, CTO at Teradici Corporation
The TC10 zero client solution offers tremendous flexibility and management benefits for both IT administrators and users. Centralized client management, storage, and processing from a secure data center can drastically improve IT efficiency and reduce associated costs, all while giving users real-time, secure access to corporate applications and files. Virtual computing also gives users a personal, PC-like experience, even though data can be accessed from any similar device. And the minimal footprint of the TC10 eliminates the need to equip even remote users with a complex client device, which can reduce deployment costs.
Devon IT engineers are available for technical demonstrations of VDI Blasters and informational webinars for the media, and are available to comment on all topics relating to thin clients, alternative desktop solutions, desktop and server virtualization, and cloud computing. More information about the company’s hardware and software solutions are available at www.devonit.com.