Userful Releases Next Gen MultiSeat Linux Solution for $99 HP t200 Thin Client
"The HP t200 thin client combined with Userful MultiSeat software provides the highest performance shared computing solution available on the market today," said Tim Griffin, President of Userful. "The HP t200's support of both Ethernet and USB provides the flexibility to position stations far away from the host computer, or operate without a LAN, making it a very compelling solution for many use cases."
Every ministry of education worldwide is eligible for a free 90 day pilot so that educators can easily experience first hand the high performance, and ease of use of the solution. Support for Ethernet and up to 15 stations per PC is currently available for evaluation purposes. Commercial support starting Q2 2012.
For more information, visit http://userful.com/products/userful-multiseat-linux
For more information on the HP t200 thin client, visit: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06b/12454-12454-321959-338927-5112717-5171156-5171158-5210837.html
HP(TM) is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. Userful MultiSeat(TM) is a trademark of Userful Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Userful is the trusted partner for government education with millions of users of its MultiSeat solutions in over 100 countries. Userful provides the software that powers the world's largest educational computer deployments, and has sold more than 800,000 MultiSeat desktops. The company's software which turns one computer into many lowers desktop computing costs, improves manageability, and reduces both electricity consumption and e-waste. More information about Userful is available at: http://www.userful.com
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