Rugged thin clients for virtualizing desktop computers introduced by Crystal Group

HIAWATHA, Iowa, 7 Oct. 2013. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the RTCZ90 rugged Thin Client and the RZCP25 rugged Zero Client for applications that call for virtualizing desktop computers. "These Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions go into environments that standard Thin and Zero Clients simply cannot go," says Chip Thurston, Crystal's technical director.

Oct 7th, 2013
Rugged thin clients for virtualizing desktop computers introduced by Crystal Group
Rugged thin clients for virtualizing desktop computers introduced by Crystal Group
HIAWATHA, Iowa, 7 Oct. 2013. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the RTCZ90 rugged Thin Client and the RZCP25 rugged Zero Client for rugged computer applications that call for virtualizing desktop computers. "These Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions go into environments that standard Thin and Zero Clients simply cannot go," says Chip Thurston, Crystal's technical director.

These products are able to perform at wide temperature extremes, resulting in a cool run time. The Zero Client allows virtualization in many workstations off a combined storage and processing appliance, while not storing any data on the local machine.

This results in a deployed multi-user compute lab that can be set up in minutes, company officials say. Zero Clients do not store local data, allowing a room of data to be sanitized by removing the centralized storage in seconds, if needed.

Pair the Thin and Zero Clients with the RS347L26 Rugged 3U Quad Server for maximum output and usage. For more information contact Crystal Group online at www.crystalrugged.com.

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