IGEL's new range of W7+ thin clients offer more memory to meet the emerging needs of businesses using Windows-based thin clients
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 15 July 2014
Release date- 14072014 - Cincinnati, Ohio - More memory for even more future-readiness: The W7+ product series means greater flexibility for all IGEL thin clients that run under the Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system.
Thanks to this extension, W7+ thin clients offer far more space for updates, such as the new Internet Explorer 12 or for the Microsoft Lync VDI 2013 plug-in. Administrators also have enough space to install further software drivers, clients and tools or company-specific applications by partial update.
All models of the IGEL W7+ thin clients are available for order now. Going forward, IGEL will offer firmware updates specific to the new product series, and is planning to develop and include both new and enhanced features. An example of one such enhancement will be the Microsoft .NET Framework update. Standard in all IGEL W7+ thin clients, the 8 GB flash memory provides up to 4 GB of usable permanent storage that customers may use to integrate company-specific extensions, such as applications, special clients, device drivers or tools. Integration of these user-specific customizations into the W7+ firmware is centrally managed using IGEL's powerful Windows Partial Update feature, which is part of the industry leading IGEL Universal Management Suite included with every IGEL thin client. To make life even easier, IGEL also offers its Universal Customization Builder (UCB) as an add-on feature to make customization of the firmware as simple as possible by providing a tool to manage W7+ integration in a cost-effective, structured and secure manner.
Price and Availability
The UD3 W7+, UD5 W7+, UD9 W7+ and UD10 W7+ models are now available. The all-in-one UD9 and UD10 in the touchscreen version also come with W7+. Prices can be requested from all IGEL resellers.
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