HP’s New t310 VMware-Dedicated Zero Client: A High-Performance, Energy-Efficient Onramp to the Cloud
byKarinTaylor08-23-201210:09 AM - edited 08-23-201210:18 AM
HP will show businesses large and small how to create successful cloud-based architectures at VMworld next week. We’ll be showcasing how to build the right-sized server and storage set up to run a virtual environment for your data center or server room and how to reduce your physical devices to save room and money.
HP’s t410, t510 and t610 also support the PCoIP protocol, along with other protocols, but for the t310, HP joined forces with chip maker Teradici to offer a zero client that uses the Tera2 processor, which “bakes in” PCoIP hardware technology leading to amazing graphics, video and giving the user the ability to easily edit even the largest files for the most powerful PC-like experience available today in VMware desktop environments.
Some key features of the t310 include:
Excellent performance with support for two 1920x1200 displays or one ultra-high resolution 2560 x 1600 display for smooth interactivity with media and graphic intensive files.
Energy-efficiency over traditional PCs and notebooks requiring less than 7 watts of power
Data security with AES256-bit encryption, with additional smart card support for ultra secure settings such as government.
Secure authentication and authorization of all USB peripheral devices and lockdown of restricted devices to protect against data loss.
Easy central management for your appointed IT lead – just open a dashboard and turn on, off and troubleshoot the zero clients remotely.
HP will also show its VMware Reference Architectures, which are blueprints to help customers looking for easier ways to virtualize servers, storage and desktops in VMware environments.