The SC-T47 Quad Thin Client with Four Digital Video Outputs Debuts at Citrix Synergy Enterprise Mobility Conference
Anaheim, CA, May 6, 2014 – ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, launches the world’s first standard quad video output thin client for the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market with the SC-T47 Quad Thin Client. Created for industries needing a high-performance thin client to drive multiple displays, such as the financial, engineering and security/surveillance markets, the SC-T47 is the smart choice to elevate virtual desktop deployment. The SC-T47 will make its debut at the Citrix® Synergy Conference in the ViewSonic booth (#416) at the Anaheim Convention Center, May 6-8, 2014.
The ViewSonic SC-T47 thin client provides an economical and feature-rich solution for driving multiple displays in a virtual desktop environment, supporting up to four Full HD, 1080p displays. Featuring Citrix Ready®–HDX™ Verified status from Citrix Systems, Inc., the SC-T47 ensures amazingly fast, high-speed virtual desktop performance with excellent 2D/3D graphics capabilities. With integrated WiFi, four DVI outputs, and five USB ports, the SC-T47 provides the connectivity for a wide range of displays and peripherals for optimal productivity.
The SC-T47 joins ViewSonic’s diverse and award-winning line of VDI products, including the innovative smart displays. It is the first and only thin client in a compact, 2.4 pound form factor that can power up to four 1920x1200 displays. Built with Microsoft® Windows® 8 embedded OS and 2.0GHz speed, the SC-T47 is the no compromise solution for knowledge workers to power users.
“We’re excited to launch the first form factor quad output thin client with the SC-T47, one of the most versatile virtualization solutions in the market,” said Erik Willey, product marketing director of System and Cloud products at ViewSonic Corp. “The SC-T47 is the perfect solution for companies looking for a true thin client solution with PC-like performance, as well as the power to drive four displays. VDI installations can be taken to a new level of productivity and manageability with the SC-T47. Not only does it have the capability to handle local processing and graphics rendering, but the SC-T47 has the flexibility to operate as a stateless device in VDI-based environments.”
SC-T47 Key Features:
- Quad DVI (1920x1200) output
- 2.4 pounds; VESA-ready
- 4GB (DDR3) System Memory; 8GB (Flash) Storage Memory
- Supports Citrix ICA with HDX and Microsoft® RemoteFX™ Networking Protocols
ViewSonic also launches the SC-T46 Thin Client, a powerful and flexible thin client with 1.1 pound form factor. The SC-T46 is optimized for all major remote networking protocols. The SC-T46 features integrated WiFi, supports dual digital outputs, and has additional peripheral support with four USB ports. With its small design, the SC-T46 offers powerful PC-like virtual performance in a discrete and integrated form factor.
ViewSonic’s SC-T47 will be available in June 2014 with an SRP of $699.00 (USD). The SC-T46 will be available in July 2014 with an SRP of $449.00 (USD).
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Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leader and pioneer in desktop display technology. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a diverse portfolio of display solutions, including smart displays, projectors, desktop displays, digital signage and touch devices. Continuing our heritage as a desktop technology leader, ViewSonic delivers the latest desktop virtualization and cloud computing products that change the way we compute, communicate and connect. To find out more about our products, visit ViewSonic.com
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