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Microsoft To Launch Windows XP Thin Clients
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/02/2005 08:35:00 PM.

Microsoft is set to debut two Windows XP thin clients, one for low-end PCs for task-oriented workers, and another for mobile workers, according to sources.

The vendor is developing the Windows XP-based thin clients, code-named Eiger and Monch, to make it easier for system builders and partners to deploy pre-packaged thin-client solutions instead of customizing software on their own or using ISVs, sources said.

Microsoft declined to comment on the upcoming thin clients. But sources said the thin clients are not low-end versions of Windows but rather alternative operating systems for customers that choose to use thin clients and a server-centric computing model rather than full PCs.

Thin clients offer several benefits, including reduced management costs and enhanced security.

Source: crn


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