Clientron Corp., a world-leading supplier of thin client and embedded systems, is proud to unveil its new F800 thin client, which is based on the next generation Intel Celeron processor SoC with 22nm Silvermont microarchitecture, enabling a significant performance improvement over previous generation Intel Atom processors to deliver a better end-user experience.
Aimed at boosting performance for graphics in virtualized environments, F800 thin client provides outstanding media experience, power value features and high security for server-based and cloud computing Virtual Desktops solutions.
"We believe that the Clientron's new F800 Thin Client model, which is designed with the latest Intel Celeron processor SoC, will create significant values for our partners and customers," said Robert Chin, the Chairman and CEO of Clientron Corp.
"The new Intel Celeron SoCs deliver excellent processing, graphics, and energy efficiency," said Sam Cravatta, product line manager, Intel Intelligent Systems Group. "This enables vendors like Clientron to deliver new capabilities and features to customers implementing virtualized, embedded solutions."
The Clientron F800 thin client, based on the Intel CeleronR J1900 SoC processor, includes a 2.0GHz quad-core CPU, media processing, image co-processor, video HD technology, and the support of the major VDI protocols, including VMWare, Citrix HDX, and Microsoft RemoteFX, to optimize the user's virtual desktop experience. The Clientron F800 thin client provides dual HD display output on a single SoC and supports up to 8GB DDR3L memory capability. The Clientron F800 thin client supports rich I/O and expansion options, including dual DVI displays, one Gigabit LAN, four USB2.0 ports, two USB3.0 ports, one parallel port, two COM ports, audio ports, and optional smart card reader and WiFi module.
The Clientron thin client F800 based on the new Intel Celeron SoC to optimize the virtual desktop experience.
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