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Wyse Launches New Class Of Virtual Clients Delivering Triple Play

New Wyse C class thin clients combine breakthrough performance, compactness, and energy efficiency while integrating PC, phone and TV functionality into one single platform for the enterprise users

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and client virtualization, today announced the release of the Wyse C class, the new standard in compact, high-performance thin clients. A new benchmark in thin computing has been set by its small size, low TCO and excellent performance. Wyse's new C class thin clients feature innovative, rich multimedia using a separate hardware graphic accelerator for unparalleled performance in its class.

Its local multimedia performance also ensures a lighter load on the central server, enabling Wyse's original Collaborative Processing Architecture(TM) to deliver the best user experience using VMware View 3.1 and Wyse's TCX solutions on VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft virtual environments. The Wyse C class also supports Wyse WSM zero-client provisioning software. Wyse will be demonstrating the C class at VMworld 2009 in San Francisco, California, at Booth #1824.

The Wyse C class thin client is powered by a VIA C7 1 GHz processor and an advanced hardware graphics accelerator delivering stunning video and multimedia playback - all the way up to 1080p HD.

"Wyse C class thin clients are wonderful examples of how VIA's power efficient processors are helping today's leading technology companies offer innovative products with top-notch performance," said Wenchi Chen, President and CEO, VIA Technologies, Inc.

"Because of the Wyse C class wireless and performance capabilities, its small form factor, and management options, we believe this will be the perfect new solution for our corporate training facilities as well as the recommended clinical access solution for our hospitals," according to Dave Nash Enterprise Desktop Lead at Adventist. "Adventist shares Wyse's commitment to delivering products that help healthcare agencies provide simple, secure access to clinical information and lower costs without compromising quality, and the C class is another great example of this."

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