Neoware Releases New Thin Clients – Neoware e90 and Neoware e140
KING of PRUSSIA, Pa., Jan. 17, 2006 — Neoware, Inc. (Nasdaq:NWRE), the leading supplier of enterprise thin client solutions and related software and services, today announced two innovative new additions to its thin client portfolio — the Neoware e90 and Neoware e140.
The Neoware e90 and Neoware e140, like other members of Neoware’s family of thin clients and software products, enable enterprise customers to run Windows(r), Internet and legacy applications on servers and display them on secure, manageable, solid-state devices that have no hard drive, DVD, fan or other moving parts. With the introduction of the Neoware e90 and the Neoware e140, Neoware now offers the industry’s broadest family of thin client solutions, with a choice of open, standards-based operating systems that are manageable with open, standards-based management software.
Specific capabilities of the Neoware e90 and Neoware e140 include:
Available with a choice of Neoware-enhanced Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded and Linux operating systems, and manageable by industry standard management software, including Neoware ezRemote Manager, IBM Tivoli, Microsoft SMS, and Altiris. — Features a new compact, space-saving design with an internal power supply that eliminates the external “brick” found on other thin clients for easier installation, higher ongoing reliability, and better ergonomics. Neoware is the first global provider to offer this combination of compact design with high performance. — Includes a high performance processor that is ideal for running local applications such as Microsoft Media Player, Internet Explorer, and Java. — Includes three conveniently located USB ports, two serial ports, one parallel port, and PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports to provide support for the widest range of peripherals.
Available with a choice of Neoware-enhanced Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded and Linux operating systems, and is manageable by industry standard management software, including Neoware ezRemote Manager, IBM Tivoli, Microsoft SMS, and Altiris. — Is the first thin client from a global provider that includes digital video output (DVI), which displays brighter and truer colors and a sharper image with flat panel monitors. — Includes a very high performance processor that offers superior performance for running local applications such as Microsoft Media Player, Internet Explorer, and Java. — Features an optional PCI slot for wireless cards, dual-head video, and other requirements.
The Neoware e90 and Neoware e140 enhance Neoware’s proven thin client product line, offering customers the broadest range of thin client solutions with a choice of price points and capability:
Neoware Capio One. Starting at $199, the Neoware Capio One is the most cost-effective member of Neoware’s fast, easy, affordable line of thin clients. — Neoware c50. Starting at $299, the Neoware c50 offers more processing power in a sleek, streamlined enclosure. — Neoware e90. Starting at $369, the Neoware e90 provides high performance with internal power in a space-saving design. — Neoware e100. Starting at $389, the Neoware e100 offers high performance and an optional PCI slot for expansion. — Neoware e140. Starting at $419, the Neoware e140 provides Neoware’s fastest performance and digital video for brighter, truer colors and a superior visual experience. — Neoware e370. Starting at $1049, the Neoware e370 is a powerful thin client integrated into a 17″ flat panel monitor with DVI, featuring almost 30% more viewing area than comparable 15″ displays. — Neoware e900. Starting at $3999, the Neoware e900 offers a rugged, wireless design and integrated flat panel monitor for the harshest environments.
Neoware’s thin clients and software are ideal for organizations looking for the most secure, most cost-effective way to provide access to applications running on Windows, Citrix, mainframe, midrange, UNIX, or Linux servers across local, wide-area, and wireless networks, or the Internet.
“Listening to our customers has enabled Neoware to provide innovative thin client solutions that include open, standards-based technologies, a variety of performance choices, and the broadest range of features with maximum benefit at low cost,” said Roy Zatcoff, executive vice president of marketing for Neoware. “Neoware’s new thin clients level the playing field between thin clients and PCs, while providing superior security, reliability, affordability, and manageability.”
Neoware, Inc. (Nasdaq:NWRE) is the leading supplier of enterprise thin client solutions and related software and services that make computing more open, secure, reliable, affordable and manageable. By employing open technologies and eliminating the obsolescence built into standard personal computer architectures, Neoware helps enterprises leverage server-based computing architectures to increase security and reliability, enhance flexibility, as well as lower their total cost of ownership.
Neoware’s software products enable enterprises to gain control of their desktops, stream software on-demand, and to integrate mainframe, midrange, UNIX and Linux applications with Windows(r) environments and the Web. Its thin client appliances and software enable enterprises to run applications on servers and display them across wired or wireless networks on secure, managed, reliable appliances that cost as little as one-fourth the price of today’s typical business personal computer. The company’s global development, services, and support provide customers with customized solutions that facilitate their specialized computing needs.
Neoware’s products are available worldwide from IBM, as well as from select, knowledgeable resellers. More information about Neoware can be found on the Web at http://www.neoware.com or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Neoware’s global headquarters is in King of Prussia, PA.
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