In order to help business securely support virtual work environment, device maker HP has expanded its thin client solutions with the launch of HP t310 All-in-one Zero Client and HP t520 flexible Series Thin Client.
In a statement HP said the new series will help organization meet the security and reliability expectations by accommodating their various employee profiles while taking advantage of the security and manageability benefits of a desktop virtualization environment.
“User demands for more reliable and powerful computing means businesses are looking for new, affordable solutions that are flexible, secure and easy to manage,” said Jeff Groudan, director, HP. “Our new thin client solutions provide workers with advanced hardware design, easy-to-use software and a secure cloud computing experience,” he adds.
HP t310 AiO, which is connected to VMware, offers low display latency and fast response time, even for multimedia applications. Having a comfortable fan-less design and a 23-inch diagonal display, t310 AiO can be deployed even in small work spaces
HP t520 is designed for environments such as call centers, retail industry, financial services and manufacturing. With AMD GX-212JC SOC, SATA flash drive interface, HD graphics, configurable memory and storage and size that is smaller than t510, t520 makes a better choice, HP said.
HP also announced updates to its embedded Linux Operating System (OS) for Thin Clients, HP ThinPro 5.0, which features a new user interface and increased flexibility to move between the HP ThinPro OS and HP Smart Zero cores.
In a statement HP said: “Users also can customize their desktop, easily manage the system with automatic updates from HP.com or a USB key, and restore points for unique configurations and enhanced security features.”