IGEL Upgrades its UD9 Series with Intel Quad-Core Processor
FREMONT, CA: IGEL Technology, manufacturer and distributor of thin and zero client hardware recently upgraded its IGEL UD9 (Universal Desktop Thin Client) to improve agility, efficiency, and security of virtual desktops and application delivering systems. This new version of IGEL UD9 comes with 21.5 inch screen display which offers full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). It is based on IGEL Linux (VX) with a powerful and compact Intel Celeron J1900 quad-core processor.
With its quad-core processor it allows high performance access to computing infrastructures. Additionally, the thin client solution developed by IGEL helps public sector organizations, digital signage, public internet kiosks and research terminals in public institutions which save much of the IT cost on modern infrastructure.
The IGEL’s UD9 also provides diverse interfaces and integrated features—touch screen, WLAN, with a speed up to 2.42 GHZ for quick access to Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI), multimedia and web applications. “The demand for a cost efficient solution to securely manage the data and computer infrastructure drives companies to shift to VDI environment,” says Heiko Gloge, Managing Director and Partner, IGEL Technology.
All-in-one universal desktop thin client offers a Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) Solid State Drive (SDA) flash memory as standard from 2GB (LX model) to 8GB (W7+ model). Moreover, the UD9 also has an optional smartcard reader that provides authentication solution and multi-user scenarios when changing workstations. This new version of IGEL’s UD9 is available in market at £539 including taxes with three years warranty.
IGEL’s UD9 also has two fast USB 3.0, four USB 2.0 standard connection ports, PS/2 connection, and serial interface and display port. Through, these features and ports, the IGEL UD9 helps retailers to maintain their sale, and to display information. “We maintain a unique customer-centric approach in providing solutions and building services as per the requirement of the client using software defined methodology,” adds Gloge.