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Sun Thin Client Allows Users More Room for Work
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/12/2004 08:40:00 PM.

Sun Microsystems rolled out a new, all-in-one desktop client for its Sun Ray thin-client computing architecture Friday. The Sun Ray 170 "ultra-thin" client, with an integrated 17-inch LCD, is designed for environments where desk space is at a premium—including home offices.

The 170 incorporates a Java Card reader that, in combination with Sun Ray Server Software 3.0 (also announced Friday), allows users to move from one client to another and preserve their user sessions. Users can sit at any Sun Ray client on a network and pick up where they left off with running applications—a feature that has won over a number of call center customers, including Time Warner, according to Mason Uyeda, the product manager for the Sun Ray line.

Combined with the broadband networking capabilities of the new Sun Ray Server Software 3.0, the 170 can be used by telecommuters to securely access corporate applications—without the risk of loss or compromise of sensitive data. The 170 can also be used as an external display for a standard PC and can be mounted on a wall to eliminate its desktop footprint entirely. It also includes a projector port for meeting room use and can fold flat when not in use.

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