Thin and Zero Clients Along with IGEL are Now Available through SYNNEX GSA Schedule
FREMONT, CA: IGEL Technology has announced implementation of its portfolio of thin and zero clients and software solutions for the managed workspace into SYNNEX Corporation’s platform of General Services Administration Schedule No. GS-35F-0143R.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to broaden our reach among U.S. federal, state and local government agencies. With our complete line of thin and zero clients now available through SYNNEX’s GSA schedule, it is now easier and more efficient for our partners to deliver our innovative solutions to their FED/SLED customers,” said Gary Sharp, Sales Director, North America, IGEL Technology.
IGEL Technology will broaden its reach among U.S. federal, local and state government agencies with the help of SYNNEX GSA schedule. SYNNEX GSA schedule will make IGEL Technology easier and more efficient for its partners serving in the public sector to deliver IGEL’s innovative solutions to their end-user customers.
Thin and Zero client solutions provides an efficient, flexible and user-friendly alternative to the PC’s of public sector. Government agencies can improve quality, productivity and services of Linux and Microsoft Windows based hardware, supported by software defined thin clients and powerful remote management with the help of IGEL Technology. Additionally, thin and zero clients of IGEL will ensure state, local and federal government agencies to reduce the cost of business, speed of time-to-market and promotion of IT security.
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