Friday, April 23, 2010

NComputing launches USB Virtual Desktop in India

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Global leaders in desktop virtualization, California-based NComputing has announced that it is planning to launch award winning world’s first USB – connected virtual desktop (model U170) in India.

This will be the hottest computing solution that will revolutionize the desktop virtualization market and is perfectly suited for small businesses, schools and home users.

The U170 builds on the incredible success of both the NComputing L-series and X-series by making it easier than ever to turn one PC into two or more. What’s unique about U170 is that it is amazingly simple to install and set up, has full USB support, and sparkles on high-resolution and stunning full-screen video.

The U170 is offered in a one-station kit and with plug-and-play simplicity for up to 10 users per PC With this high performance novel product, NComputing U 170 kit enables users to cut computing costs by sharing the untapped power of existing computers and efficiently harnessing the computing capacity by enabling multiple users to share a single computer. These costs savings appeal to large schools and businesses who need to do more with their IT budgets.

Manish Sharma, Vice-President, NComputing, APAC region said: "NComputing is going to revolutionize the desktop computing usage in India. India offers second highest potential market after US in the desktop virtualization domain. With the launch of U170, the plug-and-play computing solution will optimize and expand the performance of existing computers. Organizations, schools, colleges and institutions will benefit from the ability to increase their productivity whilst driving down costs."

The revolutionary USB virtual desktop is based on the simple fact that today's PCs are so powerful that the vast majority of people only use a small fraction of their PC processor's capacity. The U170 thin client taps this unused resource so that a computer can be simultaneously shared by many users.

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