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IGEL's Universal Desktop Thin Clients to Be Equipped with Software Client for VMware View 4

IGEL Technology says that all of its Universal Desktop thin clients running Linux and Windows Embedded Standard will be equipped with the new software client for VMware View 4, which includes support for the PCoIP display protocol. The new IGEL solution can increase performance and improves the end-user experience in virtual desktop environments to such a high degree that workstation users, from clerks and managers to specialized designers, may no longer perceive a difference between virtual and physical desktops.

VMware View 4 with PCoIP is purpose-built for delivering desktops as a managed service over any network. The flexible access model enables users to work with a wide range of applications, view rich media content, choose any number of monitor configurations and seamlessly access locally attached peripheral devices such as printers, scanners and mass storage with a PC-like experience regardless of location or task. The protocol dynamically detects and adapts to the end user's network connection, automatically analyzing and optimizing to compensate for changes in latency and bandwidth to help ensure the best user experience for the scenario. With all of these features, VMware View with PCoIP offers a powerful, attractive approach to desktop virtualization.



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