July 20, 2012
-- Taipei, Taiwan —7/20/2012—
Atrust Computer, the expert of the server and thin client computing, announced m300/m302/m320 zero clients for Windows® MultiPoint™ Server 2011.
Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 is a shared resource technology that enables a host server to power multiple and independent stations, allowing users to share the computing power of one single server. With the same budget, this shared resource mode provides more people with access to computing than the traditional single-user mode. Based on this technology, Atrust offers an integrated system solution incorporating the host server, zero clients, and thin clients.
Atrust m300 series Zero Client has built in SMSC UFX6000 processor and could support up to 1920 x 1080 resolution. The slim and quiet design allows it to be mounted to the back of a monitor with a VESA mount. Together with its fanless design, m300 series Zero Client can help to create a simple and noiseless workplace environment.
Atrust m300 series Zero Client is designed as an endpoint of a shared resource system, such as a Microsoft MultiPoint Server. The solution enables a host server to power multiple and independent stations. Each station only consists of one zero client with a keyboard, mouse, and monitor connected, allowing multiple users to share the computing power of one single server. Simply through a USB connection (m300 and m302) or an Ethernet connection (m320), the server provides each station user with a familiar and independent Windows® experience.
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Established in 2007, Atrust is a creative, professional, and enthusiastic team which has rich experience in designing, producing thin client, server and management software. The objectives of Atrust are to provide customers with high quality, high efficiency and environmental friendly products as well as comprehensive solutions.