10ZiG Technology Partners with AMD, Launching Industry Leading Thin Client Computer at VMworld 2015
10ZiG Technology introduces the all-new, 7800q Series Quad Core Thin Client Computer; available to demo at VMworld 2015, booth #2609, in San Francisco August 30 - September 3.
PHOENIX, Arizona – VMworld 2015 attendees will have good reason to be excited this year when visiting the 10ZiG Technology booth with the introduction of the industry leading 7800q Thin Client.
Featuring a lightning fast AMD Steppe Eagle 424 Quad Core 2.4 GHz processor, configurable to 8GB DDR3-1866MHz RAM, optional Quad Video Output and an integrated Smart Card reader, 10ZiG’s new 7800q Series Thin Client computer is poised to redefine the market.
The new 10ZiG 7800q Series is designed to meet the increasing demand within the VDI market to support power users who rely heavily on CAD, 3D graphic design and imaging programs within sectors such as Healthcare, Government and Manufacturing. Such power users also require ultra-high resolution (UHD) support in addition to speed and performance, all of which the 10ZiG 7800q delivers.
Engineered with such users in mind, the new 10ZiG 7800q Series packs a punch and has all the horsepower required to support the latest VDI solutions including VMware Horizon and Citrix XenDesktop, XenApp, while paired with Server based GPU technology such as NVIDIA GRID. This combined technology is able to match full-size dedicated workstations in terms of performance, while maintaining the many virtues of a Thin Client. 10ZiG’s 7800q also features as standard 2x Display Port connectors for supporting ultra-high resolution monitors, including 2560x1600 and 3840x2160 (4K).
To complement the cutting edge hardware performance of the 7800q, 10ZiG will be offering this unit with a variety of customizable Operating Systems including their own PEAKos (Linux), Windows Embedded 7 or 8 and the recently released Microsoft Windows 10 IoT product.
“Through working with users and partners and identifying changes in the types of users and sectors who are now being considered for VDI, we’re recognizing more and more users require higher resolution displays to carry out their work,