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|HP announced the new t5720 thin client, the optimum choice for business customers who need a flexible, secure and reliable computing experience.
The HP Compaq t5720 Thin Client features the AMD Geode NX 1500 processor with up to 512 MB of flash memory and 512 MB of DDR RAM, raising the bar on the thin-client computing performance. Increased memory capacity and faster processors help applications run faster giving customers the investment protection they are looking for and providing customers with a true desktop-like experience.
“The innovation demonstrated by the HP Compaq t5720 confirms that HP and the industry-standard, energy-efficient AMD Geode processor can transform commercial client computing and enable outstanding systems designed to perform across the spectrum of end-user needs, from exceptional day-in/day-out computing to simplifying IT management and infrastructure challenges,” said Erik Salo, director of marketing, Embedded Computing Solutions Division, AMD. “With the t5720, HP and AMD deliver a scalable, stable application environment and rich desktop experience without sacrificing the manageability, security, reliability and low total cost of ownership that are the bedrock values of enterprise computing.”
The compact t5720 can be set either vertically or horizontally, allowing it to fit equally well on the desktop or to be conveniently mounted with an HP Quick Release on the wall, under a desk, or used with a wide array of VESA-standard HP monitors, stands, brackets, arms or wall mounts to create an “invisible client,” mounted securely and safely out of view.
An optional PCI expansion slot on the t5720 provides support for additional devices and front USB also allows for convenient connectivity to peripherals. The HP Compaq t5720 provides users a combination of computing power and flexibility, with solid state reliability. Coupled with enhanced peripherals support, the HP Compaq t5720 provides an out-of-the-box experience that simplifies deployment, helps ensure maximum thin client performance, and better safeguards data – all at prices below traditional desktops.
“Thin clients allow customers to use the shared, pooled resources of centralized servers, blade PCs and network storage to deploy applications to highly reliable, manageable and secure thin clients,” said Joergen Jakobsen, Vice President, Business PC, HP Personal Systems Group, Asia Pacific and Japan, HP. “This streamlined, efficient client IT infrastructure is significantly more secure and less expensive to buy, deploy and manage than traditional PCs, saving our customers money year after year.”
The t5720 ships with the Microsoft Windows XP Embedded operating system and a full license for Altiris Deployment Solution, allowing customers to manage thin clients, desktops, handhelds and numerous other devices from a single console. The t5720 includes the HP Sygate Security Agent (SSA), a leading security software for defending Windows XP Embedded thin clients against worms, Trojan horses, and other malicious code, and will soon support the Symantec Embedded Security Agent with Anti-Virus.
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