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Tech n computing

  1. 1. Introduction to NComputingSiam Network & Computer Co., Ltd.Dell Corporation (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
  2. 2. Agenda Agenda NComputing & SNC Company background What is “Multi User Computing”?Product Overview L Series X Series Management Software Basic Setting L-Series & NCT-2000 XP Console Basic Setting X-Series & NCX-2000 XP Console Advance Setting X&L-Series Setting NControl FAQ Q&A
  3. 3. NComputing Background Our Vision: Expand Access & Dramatically Lower Computing Costs Through Multi-User Computing Our Solution: Enables a single PC to be used by multiple users at once:  It is simple to create, low cost, easy to maintain, eco friendly and will dramatically lower computing costs Our Success: We are the fastest growing “Multi-User Computing” company in the world with over three hundred thousand units deployed in over 80 countries
  4. 4. SNC Background Siam Network and Computer founded in 1999 with professional team for network implement in corporate and government 2004 SNC was a partnershipwith Ncomputing to distribute terminalunit computing in NComputing brand SNC Best Performance Award2005 from NComputing
  5. 5. What is “Multi User Computing”?NComputing is a terminal unit that does not require CPU , hard- drive, or CD-Rom. With the exclusive UTMA (Ultra Thin Multi- Access) technology, User have the ability to expand PC up to 10 computer terminals costs less than a traditional PC.
  6. 6. The Idea Share excess computing resource and redistributeCapacity of the average CPU isunder-utilized (using less than 10%!) Turn 1 PC to 30 Virtual PCs < CPU meter >
  7. 7. NComputing Solution All-inclusive Multi-User Computing technologyNComputing NComputing uniqueTerminal Server SoC basedS/W on Access TerminalHost Computer • Lowest cost and slim• Proprietary Terminal Service Software • Faster and silent• Runs on ordinary PC Desktop Streaming Protocol • Easy to expand, install• Supports any Operating System • Less Power (< 5W) Including Windows XP, Linux OS • NComputing’s UXP (User eXtension Protocol) • Various form factors not only Server OS. • Secure and faster than RDP • No embedded OS • Optimized for fast screen refresh • Smart Boot loader built-in • Flexible to customize
  8. 8. Product Overview X-Series:  Up to 7 users can share one PC  Direct connection via UTP cable (10 m / 33 ft)  X300 kit includes:  1 PCI card with 3 ports  3 access terminals PCI-based  Terminal services software L-Series:  Up to 30 users can share one PC  Ethernet connection over any distance  Each L Series access terminal includes:Ethernet-Based  1 access terminal  Terminal services software Management Software:  NControl: monitor/remote control 128 sessions
  9. 9. NComputing X Series Most popular solution for schools Just less than ฿4,000 per seat to add users to PC Hardwired connection up to 33 feet  Up to 3 users per PCI card  Max of 7 users per PC Terminal services software on host PC enables simultaneous sharing and management of student sessions Access terminal connections:  VGA (up to 1024x768 resolution)  Keyboard  Mouse  Speaker output  No separate power input required (supplied by PC through CAT 5 cable) USB ports on host PC can be assigned to individual users
  10. 10. NComputing X SeriesNote: Four users can share a PC running with one X300 kit. Seven users can share with two X300 kits.
  11. 11. NComputing L Series Flexible Ethernet connection enables any distance between host PC and users Terminal services software on host PC enables simultaneous sharing and management of sessions  Up to 10 users on desktop OS  Up to 30 users on server OS (Windows 2003 Server or Linux) Access terminal connections:  VGA (up to 1440x900 resolution)  MIC Port (L230 only)  USB Flash Drive Port (L230 only)  PS/2 keyboard  PS/2 mouse  Speaker output  DC Power input (~5 Watts)
  12. 12. Setting L Series “Full” Windows XP or Linux Desktop user experience Up to 10 users can share a PC running a desktop OS and up 30 users can share if the host hardware is running Windows 2003 Server or Linux Cost INCLUDING terminal services software Deploy within 1 hour. Can use existing imaging tools, policies, etc. Integrates within existing PC management process Stateless Design: No data at desktop, no embedded OS High Security – Flash memory ports are optional and can be turned off
  13. 13. NComputing L Series New Model L130 L230 USB Memory* Speaker PS/2 KeyboardRJ-45 VGA Power On/Off and Mouse Microphone* (Common to both the L130 & L230) (*L230 Only)
  14. 14. NComputing L Series L130 L230 USB port No Yes^ Microphone No Yes Widescreen 1440 x 900* 1440 x 900 Color Support 16-bit 24-bit VESA mount Yes Yes OS Support Win/Linux Win/LinuxNotes:• *16-bit Only in the L130 (24-bit in the L230)• ^ NComputing Linux terminal services currently does not support USB• LTS 2.0 Linux support for SUSE 10.2, Fedora 6 and Ubuntu 7.04 for the L130/L230 only• Additional software licenses may be required by the software licensors. Please check your software user license agreements to ensure your continued compliance with such agreements.
  15. 15. NControl Enables Remote Control and Administration Control Mode  Remotely monitor and control the keyboard, mouse and screen of any student to collaborate  Block a student from access to ensure attention (screen is blanked and keyboard/mouse are disabled)  Remote logoff, restart, or shutdown  Remote updates and installation of software  Students can be in multiple locations/tele-learning Presentation Mode  Broadcast the teacher’s screen activities to one or more students  Broadcast one student’s screen to a group of students FTP Mode  Distribute to and collect files from student computers
  16. 16. Setting X Series Step 1: Install PCI card Step 2: Connect access terminal to into the Host PC the employee’s monitor and peripheralsStep 4: InstallNComputing softwareon Host PC directly orvia imaging software(like Ghost) Step 3: Connect access terminal to the PCI card via standard cable
  17. 17. Device Manager X300 0n Windows
  18. 18. NCX-ConsoleShow session log on this host
  19. 19. NCX-ConsoleClick Insert message
  20. 20. NCX-ConsoleClick Click “Yes” want stop session Click ”No” want cancel stop session
  21. 21. NCX-Console
  22. 22. NCX-Console
  23. 23. NCX-Console
  24. 24. NCX-ConsoleInsert delay time whenshutdown (seconds)
  25. 25. NCX-ConsoleSelect allow or not everysession can shutdown
  26. 26. NCX-ConsoleSelect resolution on x300 box
  27. 27. L Series Installs in Just 3 Easy StepsStep 1: Connect L Series Step 3: Installaccess terminal to the NComputing softwareemployee on Host PC directly ormonitor/mouse/keyboard via imaging software (like Ghost) Step 2: Connect terminal to the network
  28. 28. Recommended Host Configuration
  29. 29. Setting L-Series Boxselect whether to use a dynamic IPaddress or a static IP address.
  30. 30. Setting L-Series Box Autodetection : No specified server network address. TS 2,TS 3:field where you set a host PC IP address.User name : insert user for Windows log inPrograms :You can make the desktop comeup, or a program that is specifiedDesktop size: You can set the resolution, colordepth, and frequency.
  31. 31. Setting L-Series Box"Password" : protecting the access terminal options with a password.
  32. 32. Using the management console Show user log on
  33. 33. Using the management consoleSelect for view screen or control client Click right bottom on mouse
  34. 34. Using the management consoleClick
  35. 35. Using the management console Version of NCT-2000-XP
  36. 36. Using the management console
  37. 37. Using the management console
  38. 38. Using the management console Insert delay time when shutdown (seconds)
  39. 39. Using the management consoleClear session auto whendisconnect (minutes)
  40. 40. Using the management console Select clientDisable for select master orclient use USB on Host-PC
  41. 41. Using the management consoleSettingHardware Click for setting client Select client
  42. 42. Using the management consoleEdit MAC Address
  43. 43. Using the management consoleInsert data of user Enable for auto logon
  44. 44. Using the management console
  45. 45. Using the management console
  46. 46. Master Console Main window containing all other windows List of helpObserved PCs/ Workplaces messages and finallyList of not observed just Ncontrol Groupsactive PCs/Workplace
  47. 47. NControl : Create Group Insert group name
  48. 48. NControl : Add Client to Group Select group Add client to group
  49. 49. NControl : Show client in Group
  50. 50. NControl :Action on client
  51. 51. NControl : Control all client
  52. 52. Thank You

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