LinuxDevices: Linux Thin Clients Gain Bandwidth-Sparing Technology
Jan 10, 2005, 13:00 (3 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to Ben
Sanders for this link. ]
"A company selling Linux thin clients since 1994 has added a new
X compression technology to its latest firmware revision. SmartFlex
says NX technology from NoMachine reduces the per-client bandwidth
usage of its Netion SmartClients, enabling use on low-bandwidth
networks, and greater scalability.
"SmartFlex's Netion line of SmartClients includes several
hardware configurations sourced from third-party manufacturers. The
clients run SmartFlex's Netion thin client firmware, which is based
on an embedded Linux operating system..."