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Who needs a PC nowadays? Manfred Maierhofer Territorial Deals Administrator The Test With Processing Today Cost of obtaining Information security Cost of programming arrangement and support Cost of equipment organization and upkeep Manageability of various applications
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Who needs a PC nowadays? Manfred Maierhofer Regional Sales Manager

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The Challenge With Computing Today Cost of obtaining Information security Cost of programming arrangement and upkeep Cost of equipment sending and support Manageability of different applications Complexity and powerlessness to assault

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Thin Computing Address the Challenges Head On Cost Benefits Business Benefits Security/Privacy Compliance Manageability Reliability Rapid Deployment 40% Reduction HW and SW costs 29% Reduction IT operations costs 88% Reduction laborer downtime 78% Increase IT staff profitability Power/Noise/Cooling Source: Gartner Inc (8/05), IDC (11/05), and Wyse Estimates

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Storage Management Shared Execution Display Light Management Storage Management Isolated Execution Management Storage Execution Display Light Management Storage Management Execution Thin Computing Model Comparison PC Distributed De-facto Standard Task, Knowledge Heavy/Poor LAN, WAN, Wi-Fi Best Poor Thin Client Cloud, Microsoft Terminal Services, Citrix XenApp Centralized User thickness and TCO Task Light/Best LAN, WAN, Wi-Fi Good Better Virtual Client Cloud, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenDesktop, VMware View Centralized App similarity and OS adaptability Task, Knowledge Light/Better LAN, WAN, Wi-Fi Better Zero Client Citrix Provisioning Server, Wyse WSM Distributed Experience of PC, control of Thin Computing Task, Knowledge Heavy/Best LAN, WAN Best Future Best Datacenter/control point Execution Benefits Ideal client sort Client/Green Network User Experience Mobility Security/Control

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Legacy/HTML Microsoft ® Terminal Services or Hyper-V Citrix ® XenDesktop or XenApp VMware ® View Experience/Functional Virtualization - Wyse TCX™ Suite Thin Client Management – Wyse Device Manager™ Third-party Management Integration Zero Client Provisioning – Wyse WSM™ Enhanced Client OS Portfolio Wyse Thin OS™, Windows⮠CE, Wyse Linux™, Windows XPe Wyse R class Wyse X class Wyse S class Wyse V class Security, Smart card, Wireless Wyse ® Thin Computing Framework Datacenter/Cloud Virtualization Management Wyse SW Common Services Layer Provisioning Wyse HW Client

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Wyse Solution Portfolio Provisioning Provision zero customers with XPe or XP OS to effectively run hazardous applications on the customer Management The main meager figuring IT-administration programming, with rich mix and connector abilities Virtualization The TCX Suite: Delivering a wealthier client involvement with RDP and ICA conventions Clients The most secure, least cost, registering gadgets, with worth included capacities like Wyse TCX

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Citrix Ready Solution of the Year Virtualization Management Provisioning Client Wyse TCX™ Suite Provides: Multi-showcase bolster Multimedia speeding up USB Virtualization (XenDesktop) Wyse Device Manager™ Provides: Integrates with Citrix Management Console Configuration Management Asset Management Automated Upgrades Diagnostics Wyse WSM™ Provides: Zero-customer provisioning Run “PC” or risky applications on Zero-customer Wyse Clients Provide: Citrix ICA™ and TCX Integration Citrix Password Manager™/Smart card Integration/Certification of Key Citrix Products Full Support for XenApp and XenDesktop Accelerator (discretionary) + TCX Wyse Complements Citrix ® Application Delivery Web Apps Branch Office Citrix ® NetScaler ® Citrix ® WANScaler™ WAN LAN ICA™ Citrix ® Access Gateway™ Citrix ® WANScaler™ Citrix Presentation Server™, Access Essentials™, or Citrix XenDesktop™ Wireless

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Wyse Viance Desktop Appliance for Citrix XenDesktop Wyse Thin OS Most mainstream, quickest, basic administration Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise Robust, basic administration Enhanced Windows CE & XP inserted Rich extra ability, and customization alternatives Broad fringe bolster Windows XP Professional PC usefulness on a dainty customer (by means of provisioning) Connection intermediary bolster standard Firmware customization accessible Thin Client SW/HW Platform Options *Select models

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Reduce vitality utilization by up to 90% Less materials utilized as a part of assembling Lower transportation costs Longer administration life Fewer parts to reuse 90% lessening in e-waste PC 70 – 150 watts Energy Efficiency Thin 6.6 watts

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Device Flexibility Entry Control Mobile Carts Mounted Systems Mobile and Studio Broadcast Indoor Kiosks Hospitality Classrooms and Libraries Harsh Environments Outdoor Kiosks

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Wyse S class Desktop Thin Clients For Virtual Desktop Environments through VMware VDI, Citrix, Microsoft Ultra Simple, Ultra Green - just 6.6 watts, fan-less Ports incorporate 10/100 Ethernet, VGA, sound in and out, 4 USB2, Serial Models with Windows XP installed, Windows CE, Linux, and WTOS

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Wyse V class L/LE Desktop Thin Clients For Virtual Desktop Environments by means of VMware VDI, Citrix, Microsoft VL - 800MHz CPU/VLE - 1.2GHz CPU 1 DVI yield, VGA perfect, or double DVI-I (V10L Dual DVI) Dual showcase proficient 2 advanced or 2 VGA (V10L Dual DVI) 1 computerized and 1 VGA with discretionary link (V or VL) Supports Wyse Collaborative Processing Architecture conveys phenomenal quality mixed media experience Green - just 13 watts, fan-less Flexible - rich arrangement of ports including DVI-I, sound, USB2, PS/2, serial, parallel Optional PCMCIA, Smart Card and Wi-Fi B/G Zero customer and models with Windows XP implanted, Windows CE, Linux, and WTOS

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Wyse R class High Performance Desktop Thin Clients Highest execution flimsy customers Wyse Enhanced SUSE Linux Enterprise or Microsoft Windows XP implanted Single or double show High execution superscalar CPUs Discrete illustrations processors for execution and future conventions HW showcase backing up to 2560x1600x32-bit No engines results in lower influence utilization, calm operation, and ultra-high dependability Built-in backing for Wyse Collaborative Processing Architecture R class LE includes: PCI express development Parallel port Dual presentations up to 2560x1600x32-bit

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Wyse X90/X90e Ultraportable Thin Notebooks For Virtual Desktop Environments by means of VMware VDI, Citrix, Microsoft No nearby HDD implies no information at danger if lost, broken, or stolen 1.2GHz CPU for magnificent interactive media with discretionary Wyse TCX Super light at 1,2 kg 12.1” WXGA 1280 x 800 LCD Green - low influence, no fan, quiet X90 incorporates WiFi b/g, 10/100 Ethernet, VGA yield, int. what\'s more, ext. sound, USB2, Express opening X90e includes Smart Card and Bluetooth 2.0 Use anyplace with 3G information through Express card space or Mobile telephone DUN by means of Bluetooth (X90e) without visit administration by means of Wyse Device Manager Wyse upgraded Microsoft Windows XP Embedded

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Wyse X90L/X90Le Desktop Replacement Thin Notebooks For Virtual Desktop Environments by means of VMware VDI, Citrix, Microsoft No nearby HDD implies no information at danger if lost, broken, or stolen 1.2GHz CPU for amazing mixed media with discretionary Wyse TCX Easy to Carry at 1,8 kg 15.4” WXGA 1280 x 800 LCD Green - low power, no fan, noiseless X90L incorporates 10/100/1000 Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n remote, 3G remote cards utilizing Express card space 1SD, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 1 VGA & 1 DVI yield sans visit administration by means of Wyse Device Manager 1GB Flash/1GB RAM Standard X90Le includes Smart card and Bluetooth 2.0 Wyse improved Microsoft Windows XP Embedded Network Computing, Issue 6/2008, X90L

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Understanding Desktop Virtualization Flexible provisioning of equipment assets Flexible access (anyplace, at whatever time) Centralized administration and provisioning of OS Completely disconnected environment ICA Virtual Machines Running Windows © XP Pro or Windows Vista Blade Servers Running hypervisor and administration programming PC

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Complexities with the Architecture Protocol Limitations Virtual Machines Running Windows © XP Pro or Windows Vista Connection Broker Device Management Blade Servers Running hypervisor and administration programming PCs

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Wyse Virtualization Software Wyse TCX Adds usefulness to ICA and RDP Addresses these key client experience restrictions USB Device Not Recognized Poor Multimedia Performance Poor Sound Performance TCX Multi-display™ Enables characteristic conduct for various shows Correctly positions dialogs Places applications on particular screens TCX USB Virtualizer™ Virtualizes USB ports to OS on VM, empowering utilization of USB peripherals, including scanners, CD/DVD peruser/journalists, webcams, hand-helds, and printers. TCX Multimedia™ Enables rich sight and sound presentation, enhances server adaptability Accelerates Mpeg1, Mpeg2, WMV, Mpeg4 Part 2, AC3, AAC, MP3, WAV, WMA media sorts. TCX Rich Sound™ Bi-directional sound backing for Virtualized situations. Empowers discourse acknowledgment, correspondence, VoIP and Unified Communications applications

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Wyse Virtualization Software Reduces Server CPU and Network Load for Multimedia Content Typical 15 VMs playing media record expend server CPU with 97% use With Wyse TCX Multimedia 15 VMs playing media document devour 88% less CPU at 12% use 65 VMs playing media record just expend 86% of CPU Up to 800% change in server versatility Better Server CPU Utilization Number of XP VMs

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The Zero Client – A New Option Customers asked for a more slender meager customer. Wyse’s vision: Zero customers – less complex HW Advanced customer OS and nearby capacities are conveyed continuous into gadget RAM at boot Most adaptable customer for IT ever Eliminates f

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