EVGA introduces the PD06 Tera 2321 Zero Client for PCoIP Solutions
- August 27, 2012
The EVGA PD06 is the first Tera 2321 chipset Zero Client loaded with new features and improved performance for your VDI environment. With the next generation Tera 2321 chipset experience more display options, higher performance and higher security. The Tera 2321 offers up to 5X faster VDI pixel performance from Tera 1100 combined with wake on LAN/USB features and power failure safeguards. Discover what EVGA has to offer with the PD06 True Zero Client on your next deployment.
Centralized computing is now a truly viable option for all user types, either locally via LAN or remotely via WAN. PCoIP broadcasts only the encrypted pixels not the data across the network to the client. This makes it possible for a stateless, decode only device, a true zero client.
Key Features introduced on the EVGA PD06 True Zero Client:
* (6) USB 2.0 compatible ports * Line out/Headset/MIC (Simultaneous dual audio out) * Dual display 1920x1200 or single display up to 2560x1600 * Average power usage of 8W * Passive heat sink design * Wake On LAN/USB support * Power-on after power-fail * Free firmware updates available online * Imprivata OneSign Virtual Desktop Accessâ„¢ * TAA Compliant models available
EVGA is the #1 NVIDIA authorised partner in channel sales throughout North America and UK. Based on the philosophy of intelligent innovation, market knowledge, and the real time operation, EVGA continues to identify the need in the market place and providing the solution to that need. By offering product differentiation, 24/7 tech support, a 90 day Step-Up programme, and other customer focused programmes, EVGA is a clear leader in all categories: etail, retail, distribution, and system integration. With headquarters in Brea, CA, EVGA's global coverage includes EVGA GmbH in Munich, EVGA LATAM in Miami, and EVGA Hong Kong. For further information online about EVGA, visit: http://eu.evga.com.
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