It fulfills all the functions you would expect from a regular PC. This device has a write-protected hard disk drive and it locally runs an operating system (OS). All data and applications are stored on a central server. It uses connection protocols to remotely access a desktop running on a virtual machine (VM) that resides on the server. As a whole, it is a simple device that is meant to build a secure and manageable IT environment.
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Raspberry Pi C3Pi+ leverages a new processor and 5.0 GHz Wi-Fi brings improved performance, faster response, and faster network speeds over the Pi3. This model includes secure SD card cover.
The CD8805 has up to 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD for storage and is the perfect small form factor that will help you save space. It is a budget friendly, 4K streaming endpoint device with low power consumption.
Intel Celeron J4125 Quad-Core Processor. Dual 4k monitor support for high-performance multimedia. with Intel UHD Graphics 600. Compatible with all major operating systems and remote net-working protocols.
CD8832 Thin Clients integrate two HDMI display out, two USB 2.0 ports, and four USB 3.0 ports.Remote connection and fast performance deliver end users the necessary computing power in fast-paced work environments characterized by digital transformation.
Compatible with all major remote networking protocols including Teradici PCoIP and VMware. Available with ClearCube Cloud Desktop OS, IGEL® OS, Windows® 10 IoT, and Linux® operating systems. *Fiber Option*
CD8866 ruggedized aluminum enclosure and fan-less design produces practically no noise, making the CD8866 an ideal Thin Client for semi harsh/light industrial, kiosk, or data center environments. Equipped with Intel Celeron J1900 , quad-core processor and up to 4 GB DDR3L RAM to deliver excellent computing performance for the latest VDI solutions.
A feature-rich design provides 4 USB ports, two HDMI connectors, one RJ45 network connector, optional dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, all in a small-form factor device.
Frequently Asked Questions
These endpoints come with limited moving parts and have a longer lifespan as compared to regular PCs. By keeping maintenance and installation time to a minimum, they greatly reduce downtime and maintain consistent productivity across the workplace. They also save time and energy by allowing IT to configure and manage all connected devices from a secure and centralized server.
In a nutshell, Thin Client computing:
- Simplifies and centralizes management.
- Enhances security.
- Decreases power consumption.
- Offers lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Regardless of size and industry, every business can use these solutions to streamline IT processes and transition smoothly to a VDI deployment. They are also highly favored in fast-paced and demanding environments where minimum clutter and maximum concentration are keys to business success. This is because these devices generate less heat and noise and take up very little office space. Also, these endpoints are useful in places where you do not want a dedicated IT staff to keep your systems up and running.
VDI is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution, so the Thin Clients you use to support your virtualization environment depends entirely on your unique business model. At ClearCube, you will come across different configurations that flexibly meet broad use cases in all industries including healthcare, education, banking, finance and call centers.
Having minimal hardware, ClearCube Thin Clients emit less noise and heat, use less power, decrease clutter and free desktop footprint by saving valuable space and deploying in minutes.
These endpoints can be used by anyone, especially those seeking to:
- Eliminate IT pain and anxiety of managing and maintaining outdated and complex IT systems.
- Improve data security and integrity.
- Achieve cost-savings for IT infrastructure management.
- Achieve high availability and boost system uptime.
There are many things a Thin Client can do that a PC cannot, and the former is thriving in enterprise IT due to the vast benefits it offers. The biggest advantage is the low total cost of ownership (TCO). Businesses do not have to replace desktop computers so often because Thin Client computing offers a longer lifespan. Savings also arise from centralized management, improved security, easy maintenance, and low energy consumption. Thin Client devices can also withstand challenging conditions like production floors where noise, heat and clutter must be kept at a minimum. As a whole, they offer greater flexibility, control and efficiency over their thick client counterparts.