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Clientron introduces its new D200 Zero Client solution to support Microsoft RemoteFX (RDP7.1)

Press release [Tuesday 4 June 2013]

Taipei, Taiwan - Clientron Corp., a world-leading manufacturer of thin client and embedded systems, introduces its D200 Zero Client solution to support Microsoft RemoteFX (RDP7.1) hardware decode for achieving the goals of better performance, cost effectiveness and low power consumption.

The Clientron D200 Zero Client, equipped with ARM cortex- A9 processor and the MegaRAC VUE solution package from AMI and ARM9 processor, is designed to work with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 supporting RemoteFX (RDP7.1) for rich graphics and user experience. With pure hardwired hardware decoder, the D200's resolution can support up to 1920x1080 at 30 frames per second.

Subramonian Shankar, President and CEO of American Megatrends (AMI), remarked that "AMI is pleased to partner with Clientron in providing our MegaRAC VUE Firmware/Software Solution for the Clientron D200 Zero Client System. MegaRAC VUE is the latest addition to the MegaRAC family of remote and server management products from AMI, used by many of the world's leading server OEMs and ODMs. MegaRAC VUE resides completely on the system's Flash ROM, removing the need for internal storage and greatly reducing its cost, complexity and power consumption. Clientron's expertise in hardware platforms and thin client solutions, combined with AMI's industry leadership in firmware and remote management, has resulted in a unique and groundbreaking zero client solution that offers excellent value, performance and manageability."

"The D200 Zero Client design brings together AMI's experience in firmware and remote management. With the benefits of excellence performance and manageability of AMI's MegaRAC VUE software/firmware solution, users are enabled to deploy IT solution quickly with lower total cost of ownership." said Robert Chin, Chairman & CEO of Clientron. "This D200 Zero Client applies a new generation of Microsoft RemoteFX solution that takes advantage of cost and power efficiency with advanced user's virtual desktop experience."

Built for the server-based infrastructure, the D200 Zero Client is quick, efficient and safe to run applications and easy to manage with the lowest risk of damage. With fanless and ultra-compact design, D200 offers one PS/2 port for keyboard or Y cable, audio ports, six USB2.0 ports, one DVI port, and one Gigabit LAN port. Featuring high performance with low power and low cost, the D200 Zero Client is one of the best choices for cloud computing solution.

D200 Zero Client Features Highlight:

Support RemoteFX (RDP7.1) hardware decode
High performance with low power and low cost
Processor: ARM Cortex-A9 @ 400MHz with MegaRAC VUE solution from AMI
Support DDR3 memory
Display Resolution: 1920x1080 @ 60Hz
Optional WLAN module
Support 1 x DVI, 1 x GbE LAN, 6 x USB
Support VESA mount and Kensington lock
Dimension: 28 x 145 x 133 mm (0.54L)

For more D200 details, please visit our website http://www.clientron.com/ or visit Clientron at TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall, Booth M1236, Computex Taipei 2013.

Clientron introduces its D200 Zero Client to support Microsoft RemoteFX

Clientron introduces its D200 Zero Client to support Microsoft RemoteFX


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