NComputing Upgrades N-series Thin Clients With Enhanced Security, Productivity And Citrix-integration

Today, NComputing announces the release of the latest version of its N-series thin clients N500, N500w and N400. NComputing’s N-series thin clients are used as endpoint, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions for customers that have deployed a Citrix-based virtualization solution. The latest release features enhanced support for wireless protocols such as “WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise and 802.1x authentication protocols over LAN and wireless LAN and hidden SSID support.” In addition, this release includes productivity improvements such as improved functionality to upgrade N-series devices by way of the vSpace Management Center, reductions in boot time and expanded support for peripheral devices and applications. The N-series System on Chip technology that integrates with Citrix claims the distinction of the first thin client to support the latest version of the 12.5.2 Citrix Receiver for Linux. Moreover, the latest N-series product line supports other cutting-edge Citrix technologies such as XenApp 6.5 Feature Pack 2 and VDI-in-a-Box 5.2 owing to the strength of NComputing’s partnership with Citrix. Taken together, these enhancements stand to bolster the market positioning of NComputing’s thin client series in a thin client market landscape featuring devices from HP and Dell-Wyse. The additional functionality enhances NComputing’s security and productivity and takes it closer to feature-level parity with competing devices.

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