Thin Client Solutions

A Thin Client is simpler than a Personal Computer. Thin Clients are low powered computers that do not have a hard disk drive with an operating system. Since the system is low powered, the processing is done on a main server instead of the thin client solutions. A thin Client solution has lesser moving parts and is a simple device which is cost-effective. In a scenario where many users are performing a particular task, it is advisable to have a single network server computer and multiple inexpensive Thin Clients than to have many desktop computers. Fewer parts mean fewer problems. In today’s challenging business environment, there is an emphasis by the IT departments of organizations to minimize IT costs without compromising on efficiency and quality of their systems.

Thin client solutions provide a facility of virtual computing to an organization. The desktop is connected to a remote central server which allows a user to access his system from any location.  This simple computer device does not contain a hard drive as a CPU would. Thin Clients provide high security walls not allowing any user to

Benefits of a thin client:

  • Enhances data security not allowing a user to have access to any other account than his own
  • Prevents virus attacks and malwares
  • No hard drives and lesser space consumption since all desktops are connected to the main server
  • Data lost can be retrieved since the data is saved in the main server
  • Lowers energy costs
  • Lowers maintenance costs
  • Thin client can be updated from a remote location
  • Total cost of ownership (TCO)

AGS provides Thin Clients under the brand AGS Primus.

  • Features of AGS Primus:
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Intel NM10 Express Chipset
  • Intel GMA 3150 Grapics
  • Supports 1 / 2 GB SATA Flash Memory
  • Easy to deploy and configure
  • Can be remotely configured
  • Better reliability and security
  • Bullet proof mechanism

Benefits of AGS Primus:

  • Enhances data security
  • Prevents virus attacks and malwares
  • Lowers energy costs
  • Lowers maintenance costs
  • Total cost of ownership (TCO)

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