Thin Client

A thin client is a stateless, fan less desktop terminal that has no hard drive. All features typically found on the desktop PC, including applications, sensitive data, memory, etc., are stored back in the main server.

Benefits of using Thin Client

  • Thin Client consume an average of 10-20 Watts compared to a 150 Watts PC
  • Smaller footprint saves on space 
  • Saving on your EB
  • Lessens the risk of data theft. Except for email access or internet usage 
  • Access the same application and data from virtually anywhere
  • Longer MTBF (Meantime before failure


  • N Computing
  • Open Source 


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