Diana zero client is a VDI client interface, which helps to access the virtual machines in the vPoint environment. Diana zero client is immensely powerful with its capability to integrate with any virtualization platform. It can run on Oracles VirtualBox directly, and for the other platforms like vSphere, XenServer, Hyper-V, KVM and physcial workstations, the compatibility is brought about by iTeam software that makes Diana to access virtual machines with no compatibility issues. As a zero client, Diana has no CPU, no memory, no operating system or any external driver requirement for its server access. The basic hardware allows Diana to initiate its connection with the virtual machine; the data transfer between the server and client is facilitated by SUNDE-VDI protocol that carries high quality multimedia and graphics rich data at full frame rates. Processing is done at the server side and the output is displayed through Dianas interface. With the general consumption of less than 5 watts of energy, Diana offers a light-weight, durable and greener device for VDI deployment. Key benefits: Rich Multimedia Display: Diana zero client uses SUNDE-VDI protocol, which helps in high-speed transfer of graphics rich data, which helps the output to get displayed with minimal delay at the terminal. Affordable and Inexpensive Endpoint Device: Diana is a simple plug-and-play device with no CPU, memory or processor requirements of its own. Minimum hardware to initiate conversation with the host means less cost. With SUNDEs VDI solution, everything comes in a single package. SUNDE-VDI protocol for data transfer and included back-end software rules out any licensing requirements. Customers need not pay anything for third-party offerings on desktop virtualization. Virtualization Adoption Accelerated: Organizations of either new in virtualization or those who has already deployed virtual infrstructure, can adapt the vPoint VDI system, since Diana is compatible to run on any virtualization platform EndPoint Maintenance Free: DIana is a simple stateless and zero-maintenance device clubbed with high-security. USB Peripherals Support: Diana supports a wide range of USB peripherals which never require any specialized client drivers for their operation. The native Windows driver proves sufficient.. Wireless Connectivity: Options for wireless connectivity available for Diana WIFI models. FEATURES: It centralizes all software, processing and management to just what is running on the server, leaving little more than a keyboard and monitor at the users desk. It is a highly impacted, small and green devices that consumes less than 5 watts energy, generates the lowest heat & carbon footprint, and lasts as long as 7-10 years. Real PC display quality; lossless compress on desktop transmission. Stateless device to provide a secure, no maintenance endpoint. A complete solution can be deployed for less than half the cost of PCs with ongoing management savings of 75% and power savings over 90%. Specifications · Model: Diana-D Stand by: 0.2W; Working: less than 5W Front Panel: 4× USB 2.0 ports, 1× Power LED/switch, 1× microphone jack, 1× speaker jack Rear Panel: 1× 5V DC in, 1× DVI monitor, 1× RJ45 Ethernet, 1× reset key Up to 1600*900 10/100 Mbps Switched Ethenet (RJ-45); optional WIFI antenna: 802.11b/g/n (factory install) 16 bit stereo audio input / output via 3.5mm stereo jacks Support USB devices including keyboard, mouse, memory device, webcam, printer, scanner, U key, and USB converters. Able to access virtual machines on top of any virtualization platforms including vSphere, XenServer, Hyper-V, KVM and VirtualBox, and physical workstations with vPoint iTeam installed. Powered by SUNDE-VDI Protocol; support seamless dynamic flash/video content with synchronized audio that are embedded into web pages or played through stand-alone media player applications; support high definition streaming media in any format and played at full frame rates.
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