ComputerWeekly: Sun Adds Linux Support to Sun Ray Thin Clients
Dec 20, 2004, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The server software that supports Sun Microsystems' Sun Ray
thin-client devices can now run on x86-based Linux systems in
addition to Sparc/Solaris machines.
"Sun Ray Server Software 3.0 also includes new bandwidth
adaptation and management technology that is designed to make it
easier for IT managers to support remote use of the thin clients.
Because of reduced bandwidth needs, the devices can now be linked
to back-office systems via Digital Subscriber Line or cable modem
connections, Sun said..."