We are very pleased to make our first two new product announcements for 2016 with new releases of the N-series firmware and corresponding vSpace Management Center (VMC).
These are our first releases for 2016 and throughout the year we plan to continue to enhance, innovate and improve our support for the N-series product line with new features and product enhancements.
This being January, we are very excited to be starting the year by announcing the immediate availability of both the N-series firmware 2.4.2 and VMC 3.7.17.
We are proud to announce that NComputing has received a green technology certificate for our L300 thin client by the Cleaner Production Center in Nicaragua.
As a result, businesses purchasing NComputing L300 devices in Nicaragua now have access to a green credit line through BANPRO (Bank of Production), giving them lower interest rates and longer payment terms than those available for the purchase of traditional equipment (PCs).
Six months ago we established an entirely new management team at NComputing and we have been investing heavily in our flagship vSpace product line.
Today, we are thrilled to be announcing the launch of two new and exciting NComputing products that have been developed under the direction of our new leadership:
- vSpace Server 8.3
- L350 Thin Client
vSpace Server 8.3 includes considerable upgrades, including:
We are excited to announce that, as of Monday, February 23rd 2015, certain core assets of NComputing, Inc. have been acquired by ZeroDesktop, Inc., a leading developer of next generation Cloud Computing solutions.
We are pleased to announce the release of vSpace Server Software 8.1 and vSpace Management Center 3.6. These are free software updates for SNS subscribers.
vSpace Server 126.96.36.199
vSpace Server 8 introduces new features and functionality to support NComputing oneSpace for Android and iOS. vSpace Server 188.8.131.52 adds the following new features and enhancements:
NComputing has long been the go-to company for minimalism when it comes to cost, complexity and, yes, energy consumption. In fact, over the years, many of our customers around the world have won "Green" awards for energy savings simply by buying and using our products instead of someone else's. Now we have won India's top award for Green IT.
The end of support for Windows XP has come and gone. Everybody knows that. Still, according to NetMarketshare, a remarkable 25% of PCs currently still use Windows XP as their operating system. Organizations have delayed conversion from the 10-year old operating system simply because they didn’t have to. Windows XP became a very stable computing platform and users became comfortable with its functionality. Unfortunately, IT managers also became complacent to the rising cost and complexity that comes with managing PC’s.