PoE+ Benefits

There are numerous environmental, cost and management benefits for using thin clients, but one of the benefits often overlooked is the ability of thin clients to take advantage of emerging power and data technologies, such as Power over Ethernet (PoE).

Smart Clients vs. Thin Clients vs. Zero Clients

The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: Should I Drive a Thin, Smart or Zero Client? Thin client technology is gaining traction daily as more organizations worldwide jump on the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) highway. However, nearly everyone has the same question before taking their VDI journey – Is a Thin Client, Smart Client or Zero Client best for my organization? While each can deliver tremendous cost, productivity and environmental efficiencies to an organization, they are differences that need to be taken into consideration.

Green Computing

Thin Clients Computers and Thinlabs: The Perfect “Green” Partners - As a company, Thinlabs is committed to helping protect our environment and lessen the impact of its products on our world throughout their lifecycles.

Want Big Total-Cost of Ownership Savings? Try Thin Clients

A well-managed thin client environment can help significantly reduce an organization’s total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) by as much as 42 percent versus a traditional PC network. Thin clients deliver a host of direct and indirect benefits, from environmental advantages and productivity efficiencies to greater security, reliability and manageability.

On a Budget

Smart thin client technology is the answer for organizations looking for expanded network productivity, security and reliability on a limited budget.

End of Life Product Updates (Jan 2020)

The following Thinlabs box modules and integrated systems will no longer be supported as of January 14 2020 (model numbers and first three digits of system numbers noted):

  • ORION - TL60 (600)
  • TALOS - TL30 (300)
  • ARGUS - TL21 (212, 214), TL83 (812, 814)
  • HELIOS - TL22 (222, 224), TL84 (822, 824)

This is also the same date that Microsoft no longer offers support on Windows 7 products.


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