RIDGEFIELD PARK, USA: Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, has launched the NC190 and NC240 monitors to allow secure access to remote servers and data centers.
The NC190 and NC240 19” and 23.6” zero-client displays are designed to provide an alternative to desktop PCs, enabling highly secure access to any PC-over-IP (PCoIP)-enabled remote host. This allows users to connect to centralized servers, without the need for workstations on their desks.
“Samsung’s new NC190 and NC240 have multiple benefits for organizations looking to streamline their operations,” said Young Bae, director of display at Samsung Electronics Information Technology Division.
“Reducing the need for workstations at each desk reduces clutter while ensuring that all users access the correct versions of files and use the latest, authorized, versions of software and operating systems. The NC190 and NC240 are among the first VMware Ready™ Certified monitors and their built-in security features make them an incredibly safe way to access sensitive information on remote hosts.”
“Samsung is a valuable member of the VMware partner ecosystem, helping proliferate PCoIP as part of its zero-client offerings to deliver a rich end user experience while reducing management costs for IT organizations,” said Patrick Harr, vice president, desktop virtualization, VMware. “In launching the NC190 and NC240 monitors, Samsung has demonstrated its commitment to providing secure, remote virtual computing in a corporate environment.