OnLogic expands line of ThinManager-ready clients

OnLogic has released a pair of new devices for thin and zero client computing. The new TM120 and TM710 are solid state, compact fanless PCs  that ship with ThinManager software preloaded, allowing users to deploy hardware quickly.

“Server-based computing provides a number of key benefits, particularly for organizations that need to support a large number of endpoints,” said Mike Walsh, senior product manager at OnLogic. “Centralised application deployment and updating can drastically reduce IT costs. In addition, businesses can reduce security exposure by limiting access to sensitive data and software. Finally, using thin and zero clients enables powerful computing resources to be deployed across a company's infrastructure at a comparatively low cost.”

ThinManager software provides centralised thin client and remote desktop server management. The ThinManager platform offers secure, centralised visualisation and content delivery management solutions for modern industrial environments. ThinManager-ready devices from OnLogic have been vetted by ThinManager and pre-configured to ensure simple plug-and-play installation.

In thin client deployments, systems connect to a centralised server to access applications, memory, and the various data the user needs. That information is then delivered to the user via the thin client device, often referred to as an endpoint. Thin clients have very little onboard storage, and zero clients are so named because they inherently contain no onboard storage at all.


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