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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

From the New York Times..... an article highlighting Neoware's M100
BTW Neoware has already announced an upcoming release of the next generation release being an M2000 that will be using an Intel CPU and contain a DVD/CD drive ;-)

IN the world of information technology, the future often arrives as predicted but rarely on time. The big things that ignite new markets and change people’s behavior, like the personal computer and the Internet, are actually collections of related technologies rather than single breakthroughs — symphonies rather than solo performances.

PATROL PAL Officers like Josh Hendrickson in Marysville, Calif., can write reports, send and receive messages and tap into police Web sites with thin notebook computers.
HANDY The Marysville, Calif., police can use notebook thin computers on patrol to check data on drivers.
A fob that allows access to the system.

The PC revolution was the crest of a long wave of advances in chip design and software. The Internet, through decades of incubation, exploded only after millions of people began using newly affordable PCs with faster communication links and souped-up browsers.

The Internet shook the business world, but about a decade later than forecast. A similarly late though potentially revolutionary trend may finally be getting its day.

more at source...

Posted on Thursday, September 13, 2007 5:57 AM Citrix , VMware and other Virtualization tools | Back to top

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