1Ncomputing Offers a Trifecta of PCs Using Thin Clients
NComputing offers a simple analogy for maximizing thin-client density by using one PC to support up to three additional PC implementations.
2Small Footprints, Small Power Draw
NComputing’s M300 thin clients are sleek little boxes that can be mounted most anywhere, sip low watts, make no noise and support most desktop peripherals.
3One Plus Two Equals Three Thin Clients
The thin clients come in two sizes. The “big client” offers more connectivity options and acts as the master for the other two clients. (Read about the “small client” in the next slide.)
4Everything in One Box
On the other hand, the “small client” offers just the basics—but everything needed to make a thin-client desktop work.
5The M300 Covers All the PC Bases
The large and small clients offer similar capabilities, yet differ in connectivity, management and other options—none of which should matter to the user.
6The CPU Is the Key
The M300 kit gets its mojo from a specialized processor, which is tuned to handle streaming video and other high-demand activities, helping to lighten the load on the host PC while offering adequate performance for the user.
7Ncomputing’s Software Combines Virtualization With Management
vSpace is the server side software that runs on the host PC. It is very simple to install, use, deploy and understand. On this screen, one can see how easy it is to set up the thin clients.
8vSpace Eases Configuration Chores
vSpace covers all the bases, including mundane tasks, such as setting performance levels and enabling remote support. The key here is that NComputing keeps everything simple.