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Tuesday, 03 June 2008 10:52

HP announces new mobile thin client

Written by Nick Farell

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HP 2533t Mobile Thin Client hits the shops


HP announced the release of a new mobile thin client hardware, extended software offerings and alliances with companies which will benefit the industry’s virtual business technology solutions.

Dubbed the HP 2533t Mobile Thin Client, the gear is a combination of HP’s thin client and business notebook technologies. According to a press release, the HP 2533t allows better access virtual computing in blade PCs or a virtual desktop infrastructure. Citrix-Ready thin clients and blade client products will ship with Citrix XenDesktop and certified by VMware Inc. for compatibility with VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

Roberto Moctezuma, Vice President and General Manager, Desktop Solutions Organization of HP, said it was all part of a cunning plan to build up momentum in the client virtualization market.
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