HP Releases New Zero Client with Quad Display Support
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
PALO ALTO, CA: HP announces an addition to its Zero Client portfolio of products that offers security protection to meet security standards suitable for hospitals, engineering firms, government offices and financial institutions. The solution mitigates data breaches and provides computing solutions that have no sensitive data on the devices.
The HP t310 Quad-display Zero Client is a book-sized zero client that allows customers to multitask across four multiple screen monitors without the need to add any additional components. The new Zero Client has higher performance capabilities than previous versions and is designed to protect against security breaches and simultaneously support up to four displays.
Zero Clients are resistant and immune to viruses, reducing the overall downtime of the system and increasing the productivity to the end-user. The HP Zero Clients do not have an operating system but run on a highly-tuned processor designed forthe PCoIP protocol. The HP Zero Client boots up instantly, saving time and increasing efficiency.
The HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client features a DisplayPort-enabled multi-display setup to run multiple graphics, modeling, and simulation feeds on two 2560 x 1600 displays or four 1920 x 1200 displays. It has worrying-free security with a Teradici Zero Client that has no OS and transmits pixels instead of data.
The Zero Client packs powerful performance for high-resolution, full-frame rate 3D graphics and HD streaming media across all displays from the accelerated performance of PCoIP hardware. It includes a full-blown VDI and offers video rendering to the quad displays or all, with a true driverless and stateless Zero Client.
The Zero Client includes VMware Horizon 61 to give users an optimized, on-demand, secure virtual workspace for remote desktops, applications, and video streams on a single, efficient platform. It also has Compatibility with Amazon WorkSpaces enables easy provisioning of cloud-based desktops allowing users to access their documents, applications and resources.
The HP t310 supports unified communications (UC) solutions to stay in contact with colleagues and flexible network connectivity with the standard RJ-45 interface or an optional Fiber Optic network adapter. It includes Four DisplayPort outputs, four USB 2.0, and audio, mic, and speaker jacks.
"Our customers want the security Zero Clients deliver, but hunger for workstation performance for multitasking," says Jeff Wood, vice president and general manager, Workstations and Thin Clients, HP Inc. "HP's focus on deploying highly secure zero or thin clients while ensuring an easy-to-navigate ecosystem, simple setup and maintenance is captivating customers,” he added.