Dell Wyse introduces ThinOS thin client with PCoIP protocol and Wi-Fi
San Francisco, California – August 26, 2013 – Teradici, the developer of the PCoIP® protocol, today announced the addition of a new Dell Wyse D10DP thin client to its PCoIP Optimized client portfolio. Utilizing Teradici’s PCoIP protocol, an innovative remote display technology that allows a user’s desktop operating system, applications and data to reside in the datacenter, the Dell Wyse D10DP thin client is also equipped with WiFi connectivity, providing a flexible solution to organizations with limited access to a wired network such as remote offices with wireless access only.
“At Teradici, we are committed to expanding our PCoIP client portfolio to extend flexibility and features to VDI customers,” said Ziad Lammam, director of product management at Teradici. “We have been extremely pleased with the continued success of the Dell Wyse P25 and P45 PCoIP zero clients. With the Dell Wyse D10DP, we are thrilled to join forces with Dell once again to offer a top notch virtual desktop client that combines the performance benefits of the PCoIP protocol with the flexibility of the Dell Wyse ThinOS platform.”
By utilizing the PCoIP protocol, the Dell Wyse D10DP thin client complements the Dell Wyse P25 and P45 PCoIP zero clients, offering knowledge workers an extended set of features such as WiFi connectivity, multi-protocol support and the ability to access multiple PCoIP sessions concurrently. The Dell D10DP is complementary to a number of remote uses cases where wired LAN access is not available, for example kiosks, hospital stations and industrial warehouses.
Dell Wyse D10DP thin client features include:
- Dual-core AMD 1.4 GHz processor with Dell Wyse ThinOS 8
- WiFi connectivity
- Multi-protocol support
- Multi-session PCoIP support enables multiple desktop PCoIP sessions to run concurrently
- Dual 1920x1200 displays and 4 x USB 2.0 ports
“The Dell Wyse D10DP is the first thin client to use Dell Wyse ThinOS and the Teradici PCoIP protocol, demonstrating another milestone in our partnership and innovation,” said John Atkins, Product Manager at Dell Cloud Client Computing. “The D10DP is a feature-rich solution ideal for remote offices looking for flexible desktop virtualization solution with PCoIP performance. With the D10DP thin client and the P25 and P45 PCoIP zero clients, Dell Wyse offers a comprehensive client portfolio for knowledge workers and power users for desktop virtualization.”
The PCoIP VDI client portfolio will be showcased in Teradici booth #905 and Dell booth #1219 at VMworld San Francisco, August 25-29.
Teradici technology is the fabric of the virtual workspace. Teradici powers the spectrum of local, remote, mobile and collaborative workstyles, fundamentally simplifying how computing is provisioned, managed and used.
The company’s PCoIP technology is deployed end-to-end in virtual environments, from hardware accelerators to zero clients, standalone workstations and mobile devices. Simple, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible, PCoIP technology delivers a secure, high-definition computing experience.
Teradici customers benefit from a broad ecosystem of innovative software and hardware products, and include Fortune 500 enterprises and institutions around the world, local and federal government agencies, and cloud and service providers.
Teradici was founded in 2004, and is headquartered in California and British Columbia.
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