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IGEL UD Pocket – Micro Universal Desktop Thin Client

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IGEL UD Pocket – Micro Universal Desktop Thin Client
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IGEL’s new UD Pocket, a micro Universal Desktop Thin Client on a USB 3.0 thumb drive, allows you to turn a PC, laptop or any compatible x86, 64-bit CPU based endpoint device in a Thin Client, running the Linux based IGEL Universal Desktop operating system. The UD Pocket can be managed side by side with all the other Hard- and Software Thin Clients from IGEL through the Universal Management Suite (UMS).

IGEL’s new UD Pocket, a micro Universal Desktop Thin Client on a USB 3.0 thumb drive, allows to turn a PC, laptop or any compatible x86, 64-bit CPU based endpoint device in a Thin Client, running the Linux based IGEL Universal Desktop operating system. The UD Pocket can be managed side by side with all the other Hard- and Software Thin Clients from IGEL through the Universal Management Suite (UMS).

No larger than a paper clip, UD Pocket provides the flexibility to boot from IGEL Universal Desktop or the local operating system. This is the big difference to the IGEL Universal Desktop Converter (UDC) which already exists for a long time in the Thin Client manufacturers product portfolio and is available in the third generation now. Both solutions, the UD Pocket and the Universal Desktop Converter, share the same code base and run the latest IGEL Linux 10, an Ubuntu based Linux operating system. While the Universal Desktop Converter solution replaces the existing OS on your endpoint, UD Pocket allows you to boot into the Thin Client OS from the thumb drive without touching your existing installation on the internal drives of your endpoint.

Continue reading here, IGEL UD Pocket – Micro Universal Desktop Thin Client – dready’s Blog

via René Bigler at dreadysblog.wordpress.com.

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René Bigler René Bigler (@dready73 on Twitter), has more than 15 years of experience with the use of ICT in education. Today he works as a System Engineer in the public education sector for a swiss vocational college. His focus is end-user computing in general and Citrix technologies in particular, including a wide variety of hardware and software related technologies such as Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructures, IGEL thin client computing and FSLogix solutions. He shares his real world experiences and knowledge on his blog and on Twitter. René is a Citrix Certified Associate - Virtualization (CCA-V) and an inaugural IGEL Tech Community Insider.
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