Devon IT Announces New Line Of Thin Client Terminals Starting At $149; Latest Generation Of NTA 6020 Thin Client Terminals Helps Businesses Realize Full Benefits of Server-Based Computing.KING OF PRUSSIA King of Prussia, industrialized suburban area (1990 pop. 18,406), Montgomery co., SE Pa. It has glass and steel fabricating, food processing, printing and publishing, and varied manufacturing (textiles, liquified petroleum gas, water-treatment and electrical , Pa. -- Devon IT, a leading provider of thin client terminals and secure access appliances and solutions, today announced the availability of the NTA NTA National Tour Association
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"With the most advanced and affordable terminals on the market today, customers can easily implement a secure thin-client solution with access to a broad range of applications and data," explained Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT. "The NTA 6020 line of thin client terminals helps increase the enterprise-wide benefits of thin client implementations by enabling reliable server-based computing solutions to a wide range of applications."
Starting at US$149, the NTA thin client terminal is designed to be a cost-effective alternative to standard PCs. Using the "Server Centric Computing" approach to enterprise information access, the NTA thin client terminals minimize support costs centralizing management.
"There is no question we offer the best prices in the market across our complete line of terminals," commented Makoid. "Our prices are half of our competitors advertised prices. We want to ensure that our customers are getting what we feel is the best product on the market along with the best offer on thin client terminals available today."
The NTA 6020 line of thin client terminals - available with the Devon Terminal Operating System (DeTOS), Windows XP Embedded An enhanced version of Windows XP for compact applications such as PDAs, handhelds and other appliances that use the x86 CPU. It supports such features as CompactPCI and the ability to boot from flash memory or CD-ROM. (XPe), or PXE (Preboot EXecution Environment) An Intel Wired for Management (WfM) capability that enables a PC to boot from the server. It enables remote booting (boot the OS), remote emergency booting (boot a diagnostic program) and remote new system startup (boot the installation boot - delivers reliability, security, and performance features. The operating system software also provides the latest multimedia and web browsing capabilities and contains extensive device support. Features of the NTA 6020 line of thin client terminals include:
--Easy-to-use Graphical User Interface graphical user interface (GUI)
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--Displays Windows desktops, web browsers, and applications from multi-user Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Microsoft Server 2003
--Available with Devon Terminal Operating System (DeTOS), Windows XP Embedded (XPe) or PXE boot
--RDP, ICA and PXE capable
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--Displays UNIX UNIX
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--Full multimedia support with 4 USB USB
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--Integrated Web Browser
--Up to 512 MB Memory, up to 512 MB Flash Memory, VIA C3 800 MHz processor
--No moving parts (i.e. hard drive) to fail
--Priced starting at US$149
To Contact Devon IT to receive more information about the NTA thin client terminals solution or to arrange for a demonstration, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 610-757-4110 or Toll-free Phone: 888-524-9382. Information is also available at www.ntavo.com.
About Devon IT
Devon IT is an information technology company that focuses on offering thin client terminals and ultra-secure remote access solutions that provide enterprise customers with greater security, enhanced manageability, improved reliability, and lower costs. Devon IT offers these secure server-based remote access and thin client solutions through its NTA Virtual Office (NTAVO) products. Devon IT also develops products that support IBM's Hosted Client Infrastructure and Blade Computing ecosystem. More information is available at www.devonit.com
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