Combined with vSpace software, NComputing has launched its L300 thin-client access device for the Indian market. This enterprise-ready solution provides powerful thin zero client access performance including full-motion multimedia playback, fast and simple deployment, and powerful management tools.
Its set-up is simple, seamless and scalable from the deployment of four workstations in a remote branch office to several thousand virtual desktops in a corporate set-up. The L300 is based on the NComputing Numo chip family enhancing Systems-on-Chips (SoC). It delivers Windows virtual desktops and integrates into Citrix and VMware VDI installations.
Manish Sharma, Vice-President, NComputing, APAC Region, said, “We expect the L300 to build on our substantial success in the Indian market which is becoming a massive adopter of VDI for the enterprise. Our L300 thin client access device is going to deliver unparalleled computing and economic advantages to CIOs and IT managers looking to advance and optimize the performance of their entire IT infrastructure.”
L300 will be available for Rs.9,500 through its national distributor, Redington India.
Seagate has announced the world’s first 3 Terabyte (TB) external desktop drive, a key addition to the company’s recently introduced GoFlex family. It resolves to meet the explosive worldwide demand for digital content storage in both home and office.
The 3TB GoFlex Desk external drive couples immense capacity with the flexibility to adapt the drive’s USB 2.0 interface to a USB 3.0 or FireWire 800 connection to meet varying performance and transfer speed needs. Consumers can easily create, store and access content from either a Windows or Mac OS X computer on the GoFlex Desk external drive, thanks to an included NTFS driver for Mac.