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VXL dévoile Vtona V200-PE, un Client Zéro nouvelle génération sous alimentation « Power-over-Ethernet » (« PoE ») et avec prise en charge de la technologie PCoIP® Teradici

Manchester, Royaume-Uni - VXL Instruments annonce le lancement de son tout premier Client Zéro de bureau sous alimentation « Power-over-Ethernet » (« PoE »), le Vtona V200_PE, compatible avec la toute dernière technologie de protocole PC-over-IP® Teradici TERA2321.

Résolument « eco-friendly » et hautement économe en énergie avec une consommation plafonnée à 6.5 watts, le Client Zéro Vtona V200 sous alimentation « PoE » permet également, du fait d'un besoin moindre en prises de courant et en câbles électriques particulièrement onéreux, une réduction drastique des coûts. Enfin, du fait de sa simplicité de déploiement, le présent Client Zéro de bureau est également économique d'installation.

Solution idéale pour les utilisateurs de la solution VMware Horizon View™, le nouveau Client Zéro V200-PE certifié VMware, synonyme de performances supérieures sous environnement de station de travail à distance, garantit de « riches » prestations multimédias avec graphiques 3D, CAO / FAO, vidéo, etc.

Frank Noon, Vice-président du département Ventes Mondiales de VXL Instruments Ltd. déclare : « En plus d'être résolument « eco-friendly » et hautement économe en énergie, le Client Zéro de bureau V200-PE est également synonyme, pour le personnel administratif, les concepteurs, les scientifiques, les architectes et les ingénieurs, d'expérience PC complète, les caractéristiques exceptionnelles du présent modèle englobant, entre autres, la prise en charge de tâches hautement exigeantes. ».

Caractérisé par un désign ultra-compact et un encombrement moindre, le Vtona V200-PE sous alimentation « PoE » est un « véritable » Client Zéro sans ajout de système d'exploitation. De ce fait, le présent dispositif est, non seulement fiable, mais également facile d'installation et de gestion. De plus, offrant aux utilisateurs une sécurité améliorée, le Vtona V200-PE ne présente aucun risque de virus / logiciels malveillants (« malwares »).

Fonctionnant tout aussi bien sur les réseaux longue-distance (« WAN ») que sur les réseaux locaux (« LAN »), le Client Zéro Vtona V200-PE affiche des caractéristiques exceptionnelles intégrant, entre autres, une mémoire vive (RAM) de 512MB, quatre (4) ports USB 2.0 (2 en façade, 2 à l'arrière), une interface Dual DVI pour résolution max. de 1920 x 1200 et une garantie standard de 3 (trois) années.

Le Client Zéro de bureau VXL Vtona V200-PE sous alimentation « PoE » et prise en charge PCoIP® est disponible à la vente.

FIN

Pour plus de renseignements, merci de bien vouloir contacter Ian Cope, Directeur du marketing chez VXL Instruments Ltd.

Courriel : [email protected]

A propos de VXL
Créé en 1976, VXL est le leader mondial des outils, matériels et logiciels Clients Légers et liés au « Cloud Computing ». Depuis plus de trois (3) décennies, VXL fabrique et commercialise, dans le monde entier, des modèles de postes Clients Légers, puissants et de qualité supérieure, répondant aux normes internationales les plus strictes.

Exclusivement spécialisé dans les Clients Légers et réputé pour son excellence en matière de qualité produit, VXL a pour unique ambition d'aider, indépendament de leur localisation, les sociétés à créer et développer, de manière efficace et pérenne, des infrastructures, non seulement flexibles, mais également sécurisées, gérables et facilement accessibles.

La marque Itona by VXL réputée dans le monde entier poursuit sa croissance et accumule les succès. Désormais, les nouveaux modèles siglés Itona intègrent le « System-on-Chip » (« SoC ») de nouvelle génération et, concernant les Clients Zéros de bureau Vtona certifiés VMware et Xtona certifiés Citrix, sont synonymes de performances supérieures sous processeurs Dual/Quad Core. Le portefeuille de modèles Clients Légers VXL intégre les ultraportables (« notebooks ») Thinkpad « co-marqués » Lenovo et des solutions logicielles telles que le gestionnaire de périphériques Fusion™ et le dispositif de réorientation de données GioPC™.

Le siège social mondial et le site de fabrication du groupe sont basés au sein de la « Silicon Valley » Indienne de Bangalore. Le siège social Américain du groupe est situé à Houston, Texas (Etats-Unis) et le siège Européen, à Manchester, au Royaume-Uni. Des bureaux d'assistance et de vente sont également présents sur certains marchés stratégiques clés englobant, entre autre, l'Allemagne, la France et Singapour.

Pour plus d'information, merci de bien vouloir consulter le site Internet à suivre : www.vxl.net.

« PCoIP » et « PC-over-IP » sont des marques commerciales déposées, aux Etats-Unis et/ou dans tous les autres pays, par Teradici Corporation. Toutes les- et n'importe lesquelles des autres marques commerciales ou marques commerciales déposées mentionnées au titre des présentes demeurent l'entière et exclusive propriété intellectuelle de leurs propriétaires respectifs.

VMware et VMmare Horizon View sont des marques commerciales ou marques commerciales déposées (les « Marques »), aux Etats-Unis et/ou dans toutes les autres juridictions, par VMware, Inc.

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