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MID – Natural Evolution, Not Revolution Smart Phones Mobile Internet Devices Full Internet Social Networking Personal Media Player Web applications Netbooks/Nettops eReaders (Kindle & Sony) Traditional Notebooks Connectivity Battery Life SoC Cost MIDs Always on Days of Use Lowest Cost Multiple suppliers/competition Diversity/Innovation High 150M 40% CAGR Notebooks Intermittent usage Hours of Use Higher Cost Limited suppliers Platform/lock step Mature 120M 5% CAGR
Sync Wi-Fi enabled devlices like media players or digital cameras
Share content among your Wi-Fi devices anywhere
Show content from one Wi-Fi enabled device on another Wi-Fi device. Ex. Show a streaming video from the Internet on an HDTV
Print directly to a Wi-Fi enabled printer
My WiFi technology lets your Wi-Fi enabled CE devices connect directly and securely to your notebook without having to go through a Wi-Fi network access point. Your Intel Centrino 2 processor technology based notebook is your own portable Wi-Fi network.
Intel My WiFi technology inherits the same mature security capabilities of conventional Wi-Fi (i.e. WPA, WPA2, etc)
Intel WiFi Link 5100 or Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 required – Windows Vista & Win 7
WiMAX – Extending WiMAX to Mobility 802.16e Fixed WiMAX ‘06 Nomadic WiMAX ’ 07 – ‘08 Mobile WiMAX ’ 08 – ‘09 Technology Modem Client PC-Card + Integration Notebook Full Mobile Integration Full range of Mobile Devices Outdoor & Indoor Modems + WiFi Desktop + Notebook
Typical Terminal Services/Citrix Implementation Remote Computing Branch Offices Windows Terminals and NCs Wireless Terminals and Information Appliances Web Computing Cross- Platform Desktops WinFrame & MetaFrame Server Farms
Can Support Windows CE, XP Embedded, Thin OS’s (i.e. ThinConnect) and Linux Environments.
Some are configured with NO local OS.
Can Be Configured On As Low As 16Mb Of RAM.
Same Feel As Working On a Windows Based OS – basic Windows fidelity.
Remote Computation….Server Takes Care Of All The Processing.
Works On either Citrix`s ICA (Independent Computing Architecture), Sun’s ALP (Appliance Link Protocol) Or Microsoft's RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) Protocols (Both Require Only 20Kbps Speed Over Network To Work).
User Logs Onto The Server Via Web Portal And A Familiar Windows Base Environment is Replicated to Users Screens With Access To Application, Internet, Mail, Drives, Printers, Etc.
Sun Microsystems – SunRay 2 (All based on Sun Ray OS)
Range from $349.00 to $799.00 depending on configuration
HP 5000 Series – (OS Choice: HP ThinConnect, ThinPro, Xpe or CE6) Range from $249.00 to $600.00 depending on configuration
Wyse S, V, R, G series (OS Choice: Linux, Xpe, CE6, Zero – WSM)
Range from $250.00 to $1200.00
Client Hardware Virtualization Share excess computing resources among multiple users! Turn 1 PC to up 30 Virtual PCs Capacity of the average CPU is under-utilized (using less than 10%!) < CPU meter >
NComputing Technology Enables Desktop Virtualization 1 2 3 NComputing vSpace Software runs on standard Windows or Linux host computer NComputing User Extension Protocol (UXP) delivers a secure, multi-media interface NComputing Access Terminals are slim, silent, efficient, and very low cost
Hardware Product Line Overview L-Series: Ethernet Connection X-Series: Direct Connection
Host in same room (10m)
1 watt per user
X550: Up to 11 users per host
X300: Up to 7 users per host
Highest # of users per host
Ethernet = no distance limits
5 watts per user
Up to 30 users per host computer
X Series Configuration Note: Four users can share a PC running with one X300 kit. Seven users can share with two X300 kits. Ideal environments: K-12
L Series Deployment Architecture Note: Up to 30 users can share if the host hardware is a server running a server OS (i.e. Terminal Server 2008). Ideal Environments: Some Higher Ed computer labs Connects over the LAN or WAN at any distance using an IP address
Why buy an access terminal vs. another PC
Saves Hardware cost (less expensive than a thin client and easier to deploy).
Reduces IT Maintenance
Promotes central storage networks to increase data security
Reduces Power consumption and saves energy
Essentially, never obsolete and easy to upgrade
Eliminate any down time by having multiple host PC’s
Sample Hardware Virtualized environment During Class Time, Playing a game Send a warning message to a student and close an game window by using NControl NControl can monitor student sessions, send warnings, and even close the game window Student is playing a game in class In this example, just four host PCs are needed for a lab with 24 students!
Access Terminal at student:
Powered by the Ethernet cable, so
no additional electrical needed
Generates no heat, hence no
HVAC retrofits required
Only 1 network cable drop feeds 7 students -- dramatically reducing wiring costs/time
The Components of a Software Virtual Client Solution Desktop clients run on pool of centralized servers using VMware software with Connection Broker Corporate Office or Disaster Recovery Center Developer desktops Outsourced or Branch Office PCs Unmanaged PCs Thin client desktops or laptops DevonIT 6020 or Safebook Connection Broker Wyse S10 Neoware c50
Software Client virtualization - The Building Blocks Virtual Client Solutions @ GovConnection , Inc. Virtual Desktop Server User Management (Connection Brokering / Session Management) Remote Access Protocol (RDP) Systems Integration Services Devices Operating Systems Desktops Laptops Thin Clients Server hardware & Storage
Alternative Desktop – Current Market Offerings PC like device with local processor power Server/DT Blade Display device running VMWare VDI Thin Client Server/DT Blades Virtualization Blade Server Farm Potential lowest cost, but limited function Windows experience for low graphics application Scalable and high availability Display device w/ remote processing VMWare ESX, Citrix ICA, MS RDP
SMC Client M58P Initially desktop w/o HDD Future - optimized design Total solution is “green” Lenovo Storage Array (LSA) Built on iSCSI SAN Tuned for SMC Available in Rack Workgroup LSA planned for 1H09 Evaluating future LSA Appliance
Alternative Desktop Segmentation and Positioning Windows PC Fidelity Business Functions Full Limited Repetitive Adaptive Task & Data Entry Worker Knowledge Worker Power user & Technical Worker VDI Secure Managed Client # of users Thin Clients
Alternative Desktop Sample ROI Comparison Current Cost Structure per seat HW Cost Base lined via Traditional PC SW Cost Base lined via Traditional Console 3 yr TCO Cost Facilities Cost ROI Thin Client (RDP) 52% 82% $ 1200 $ 1,700 104 % Desktop Virtualization 195% 336% $ 1800 $ 6,500 - 19 % SMC 95% 100% (+SA) $ 2100 $ 580 288 % Desktop Blade 172% to 213% 110% $ 2100 $ 8,700 - 23 % Traditional Desktop Baseline Baseline $ 7200 Minimal -