HP unveils PC sharing solution with the option of USB or Ethernet connectivity


HP announced the launch of the HP t200 Zero Client for
MultiSeat, the industry’s first PC sharing solution with the option of USB or
Ethernet connectivity, giving businesses the flexibility to add more users at a
fraction of the cost per seat of traditional PCs.


The HP t200 Zero Client provides additional scalability
to our HP MultiSeat Solution, making it an ideal solution not only for small
businesses and classrooms, but also training, healthcare and manufacturing
environments,” said Jeff Groudan, director, Worldwide Thin Clients,


Designed for affordable expansion and simple deployment,
the plug-and-play HP t200 Zero Client provides a familiar, individual Windows
computing experience for up to 15 users without requiring additional PCs.


The device is positioned for use by small and midsize
businesses, training and call centers, schools, medical offices, manufacturing
sites and other organizations with multiple employees in a shared workspace.


Industry research firm IDC reported that HP led the thin
client category in market share in the second quarter of 2011, retaining the
No. 1 position globally.


The HP t200 Zero Client is slightly larger in size than a
deck of cards, and consumes only 3 watts of power when connecting to the host
via USB, reducing energy costs.


The HP t200 Zero Client allows multiple users to easily
connect to a single HP Compaq ms6200 Series Desktop host computer via USB for
close-proximity computing environments, or via Ethernet for more physically
dispersed deployments.


The simple-to-deploy HP MultiSeat Solution does not
require opening the PC to install expansion cards. Easy enough for small,
unmanaged IT environments, yet powerful enough for robust business
productivity, each HP MultiSeat Solution sets up quickly with wizard-based
setup tools.


The HP t200 Zero Client is fully licensed and supported
by Microsoft for its MultiPoint Server 2011 operating system, which offers
complete compatibility with the latest OS, security patches and updates. HP
provides comprehensive solution support on the complete offering.


Recently, HP announced
that scale-up HP ProLiant servers are the leading choice for enterprise clients
relying on large-scale, data-intensive workloads and databases to drive


Scale-up servers are the highest capacity, most powerful
x86 systems available, specifically designed for tackling the toughest
application workloads, often with a single server. Clients choose HP scale-up
systems over a server farm or mainframe to simplify management, lower costs and
save space in the data center.


By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]


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