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VXL kündigt für den Unternehmenssektor den neuen Fusion™ Gerätemanager an, der sowohl Windows - wie Linux-Anwender unterstützt

Manchester, UK - Der Gerätemanager für den Unternehmenssektor Fusion™ von VXL ist nicht aufzuhalten, jetzt kommt die neue Version auch für Linux Anwender. Als Ergänzung zum aktuellen Embedded Standard von Windows XP und den Angeboten WES 7 und WE8S setzt Fusion jetzt neue Industriestandards für das Management von Thin Clients.

Der Fusion™ Gerätemanager ist leistungsfähig, benutzerfreundlich und hervorragend anpassbar, er eignet sich zur Konfiguration, Überwachung und Verwaltung von VXL Thin-Clients ebenso, wie von konventionellen PCs und POS Terminals*. Mit der webgestützten Benutzerschnittstelle des Fusion™ Gerätemanagers lassen sich äußerst einfach und schnell Software Images, Patches, Updates und Add-ons erstellen, was natürlich die Produktivität verbessert und die Unterhaltskosten senkt.

Der Worldwide Sales VP Frank Noon meint, dass die Fähigkeit, verschiedene Betriebssysteme zu verwalten zusammen mit handfesten Vorzügen für den Unternehmensbereich aus Fusion eine perfekte Management-Lösung macht. "IT-Abteilungen profitieren also von einem höchst effizienten und sicheren Gerätemanager, der überdies die Unterhaltskosten auf ein Minimum begrenzt", fügte er hinzu.

Dank der Einbeziehung einer webgestützten Benutzerschnittstelle auf der Basis von AJAX entspricht Fusion™ auch dem Industriestandard der Microsoft-Technologien einschließlich SSL-Kommunikation. Das ermöglicht ein intelligentes Bestandsmanagement mit Status- und Leistungskontrolle in Echtzeit, stets aktuelle Konfigurationen und umfassende Berichte.

Die mit Fusion unterstützte unternehmensbezogene hierarchische Gruppierung erleichtert zudem die Verwaltung von Tausenden von Geräten, während die sicheren HTTPS Verbindungen die Sicherheit der Kommunikation zwischen Agents und Server gewährleisten. Schließlich ist Fusion in der Lage, in Echtzeit Inventurdaten zu sammeln, Wartungsaufgaben für ausgewählte Geräte zu steuern, alle Systeme zu überwachen und nötigenfalls automatische Korrekturmaßnahmen auszuführen.

VXL Fusion™ mit Linux-Unterstützung ist ab dem 9. Juni 2014 erhältlich.

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*Personal Computer - Windows XP Pro, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Professional, Microsoft ThinPC und VXL GioPC. Point Of Sale - WEPOS, Windows POSReady 7 und Windows POSReady 8.

Kontakt: Ian Cope, VXL Instruments Ltd, Marketing Manager E-Mail: [email protected]

Über VXL
VXL wurde 1976 gegründet und ist heute weltweit führend im Bereich der Thin-Client und Cloud Computing-Geräte. Seit über drei Jahrzehnten werden erstklassige Thin-Client-Geräte für eine Palette hochwertiger, spezialisierter Modelle produziert, die den höchsten Standards gerecht werden.

Diese gezielte Fokussierung auf Thin-Clients und das Engagement für Produktqualität ist der Kern dessen, was VXL heute ausmacht, neben seinem leidenschaftlichen Einsatz für die weltweite Unterstützung der Unternehmen beim erfolgreichen Aufbau effizienter IT-Infrastrukturen, die sowohl flexibel als auch sicher, überschaubar und finanziell tragbar sind.

Die weltbekannte Thin-Clients-Marke „Itona" von VXL geht weiter von Erfolg zu Erfolg und umfasst die neuesten SoC-Systeme (System-on-Chip) sowie Dual/Quad Core Hochleistungsdesktops, außerdem Xtona Clients (Citrix ready) und Vtona Zero Clients (VMware ready). Das mobile Thin Client Portfolio besteht aus VXL-Lenovo Thin ThinkPad Notebooks. Zu den führenden Softwarelösungen gehören der Fusion™ Gerätemanager und die Weiterverwendungssoftware GioPC™.

Hauptsitz des Unternehmens VXL und die Produktion befinden sich in Bangalore, Indiens „Silicon Valley", die amerikanische Zentrale der Gruppe ist im texanischen Houston und die europäische Zentrale in Manchester. Zudem befinden sich auf den strategisch wichtigen Märkten wie Deutschland, Frankreich und Singapur Niederlassungen der Gruppe für Vertrieb und Support.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf: www.vxl.net.

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