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Neoware Enhances Thin Client Computing Experience With New Platform
Neoware, Inc. (Nasdaq:NWRE), a leading provider of thin client computing solutions, today announced the upgrade of its most popular thin client devices to a new technology platform that improves the thin client computing experience. Now with more memory and speed at the same price, the Neoware c50, Neoware e90 and Neoware e140 thin client devices are currently available with the new platform, providing increased value compared to competitive thin client devices. With the launch of these enhanced devices, Neoware is establishing a price/performance leadership position in the industry and taking another step in driving the adoption of thin client technology as an alternative to traditional PCs.

With the new technology platform, Neoware's popular Neoware c50, Neoware e90 and Neoware e140 thin clients now include DDR2 RAM, which increases their speed by up to 25% compared to older DDR RAM. In addition, the new platform boasts a minimum of 256 MB of RAM providing greater performance and memory than competitive models that offer only 128 MB of RAM.

Also available on the new platform is a wireless option for the Neoware e90 thin client. The wireless option is fully-integrated with no external antenna, and is available with Microsoft(r) Windows(r) XPe.

Neoware's thin client devices already help companies reduce the overhead costs typically associated with PCs; but the enhanced new Neoware platform provides customers with an additional 10 percent in power savings.

"With its new, enhanced products, Neoware has greatly improved the performance and productivity of its family of thin clients with no price increase," said Bill Bredbenner, chief technology officer at Neoware. "These products demonstrate Neoware's commitment to driving the evolution of thin client computing, making it a compelling option for companies looking to reduce computing-related energy and management costs while improving productivity."

Published Wednesday, May 30, 2007 5:43 AM by David Marshall
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