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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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Founded in 1990, Athena Thin Clients specializes in the development and distribution of dedicated hardware and embedded software solutions for Server Based Computing networks.
The NTA 6020 line of thin client terminals - available with the Devon Terminal Operating System (DeTOS), Windows XP Embedded (XPe), or PXE boot - delivers reliability, security, and performance features.
IGEL is a leader in technology and one of the top manufacturers in the world (ranking fifth among the most successful thin client manufacturers, according to IDC).
Combining NoMachine's capabilities of distributing applications efficiently across the network along with the NTAVO thin client terminal will help provide customers a complete thin client solution.
SafeDesk is committed to helping to drive costs lower through the power of Linux and thin client technology," said Phil Autrey, President of SafeDesk Solutions.
IGEL is a leader in technology and one of the top manufacturers in the world (ranking sixth among the most successful thin client manufacturers, according to IDC).
The NTA 6010E comes with Ericom Software's embedded thin client terminal emulation product, PowerTerm LTC.
Devon IT's NTAVO thin client terminals and server-centric products allow information technology executives to deliver greater IT performance and reduce their IT management costs, a key requirement for businesses to remain competitive in today's economy," said Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT.
The NTAVO thin client terminals are designed to be a cost-effective alternative to standard PCs.
The SBA has no per seat or user licensing to maintain, and ensures proper functionality of certified diskless thin client hardware.
The thin client devices made by companies such as Wyse and Hewlett Packard have become sturdier and even more compact.
Others note the limited memory and RAM associated with thin client systems, and the vulnerability to single virus outbreaks.