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DesktopLinux: Multi-User Linux Turns One Computer into Ten

Sep 27, 2004, 07:00 (8 Talkback[s])

"Targeting multi-user public computing environments, Canada's Userful enables a Linux PC to connect up to 10 monitors, giving each user the experience of being connected to a standalone computer. Using the company's '1-Box' approach, up to ten users can browse the Internet, send email and run applications from one computer. Each user's workstation operates as an independent PC.

"Useful's 1-Box strategy eliminates the need for a server, networking equipment and individual PC's, significantly reducing acquisition costs. Each station uses a standard monitor, keyboard and mouse..."

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