PC-over-IP technology is designed specifically to deliver a user's desktop from a centralized host PC across standard IP networks. Existing desktop consolidation solutions have many limitations with systems responsiveness, media, graphics, OS image management and peripheral interoperability. By solving these issues, PC-over-IP technology will change the desktop computing model by enabling desktop consolidation benefits to be realized across the enterprise.
This review is from: EVGA Thin Client Server System TERA1100 PCoIP Processor 128MB XDR RAM No Hard Drive 124-IP-PD03-KR
Pros: Best zero client device I have used, and so much better than thin clients. For most users these work perfect even on a 100MB connection, for users doing graphics work we had to move them to a 1GB connection.
Cons: Audio. These clients run on Tera v1 chips, which will quickly sacrifice audio quality for video quality if there is anything moving on the screen. The newer Tera V2 does a better job. This is not really a con in my environment, but is something to consider if you use soft-phones or require decent quality audio for your end users.
Other Thoughts: In use with VMWare View 5.0. All users have dual 20" monitors running at 1600*900.
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