Distributor e92plus has added desktop virtualisation vendor NComputing to its security and networking portfolio.
The vendor’s virtualisation software and hardware taps into unused storage capacity, sharing it with multiple users.
Users connect to the shared computer through an NComputing access device, which has no CPU, memory or moving parts.
Peter Rushton, head of ICT at Wallingford School, said: “Using NComputing, it took me less than 10 minutes to deploy three workstations to replace three PCs that went down simultaneously – I would not have been able to do that using standard PCs or traditional thin clients.
“By using NComputing to get the most out of my PCs, I could finally afford to complete other projects I otherwise could not find the budget for.”
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