Tickets.com, the world’s largest and most popular event ticketing source, selected NComputing N-series thin client solution to deliver superior customer service and support, while lowering total cost of ownership and enhancing their infrastructure. Tickets.com invested in market-leading and complementary virtualization solutions, including NComputing N-series and Citrix XenDesktop, to improve inefficiencies in system performance and configurations, PC patching and maintenance and PCI compliance. Tickets.com initially implemented 100 N-series devices with two Major League Baseball clubs in California. Installation took less than one day with immediate results and the investment was soon expanded. Today, it takes booth ticket sellers only 40 seconds to restart their systems after work has been done to the network, half as long as before, which is critical when patrons are waiting at a ticket window.
Nelson County Schools, Kentucky
Nelson County Schools, KY, is the largest school district in the county and serves nearly 5,000 children in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade in eleven schools. After struggling with outdated computers across all of its campuses, NComputing gave Nelson County Schools the opportunity to make a meaningful change to its desktop computing environment and achieve a more sustainable refresh cycle for student workstations at a fraction of the price of purchasing new PCs.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) is part of the fastest growing educational institution in Tennessee. The University of Tennessee system is 128 years old with over 11,000 students and 1200 faculty across multiple campuses. The UTC campus consists 5 schools and 70 buildings spread out through downtown Chattanooga. UTC's goal was to replace aging computers across the campus with more affordable and easier-to-manage virtual desktops without sacrificing performance. The result was enormous cost and resource savings -- 99% savings on energy costs alone -- as well as centralized, web-based management that was highly scalable and simple to use.
Scotland County Schools
Rick DeLaunay, Director of Technology for Scotland School District shows how he dramatically lowered deployment and maintenance costs and allowed the district to move rapidly towards a district-wide one-to-one computing model using NComputing's desktop virtualization solutions.
TEGV: The Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey
NComputing has provided TEGV with a solution that addresses its infrastructure issues, reduces time spent on maintenance issues, and offers significant savings in operating and capital costs. Since the deployment of the NComputing desktop virtualization solution,