Thin Client

General: A thin client is a network computer without a hard disk drive, which, in client/server applications, is designed to be especially small so that the bulk of the data processing occurs on the server. thin client (computing): A server-centric computing model in which the application software, data, and CPU power resides on a network server rather than on the client computer

Benefits: Sima supplies adaptable thin clients that are scalable from a simple appliance to robust workhorse. There is no more problem of: computer failure, hard disk crush, data lost, virus infection, high cost software, hareware maintained, information security and network management.


Software Modules:
< Embedded Linux Kernel
< Support Linux, Unix, Windows 98/2003/XP/Vista, Solaris, AIX, SCO, BSD, HP-UX
Support Languages
< Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), English, German, Korean, Japanese, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian
Support Protocols
< Windows RDP
< Linux/Unix XDM
< Telnet
Support Protocols
< IBM x3270
< Java JVM
< Browser
< X-Windows / X-Terminal
Hardware Platforms:
Support CPU
< RDC 8610/3210/8611/3211
< AMD GX1/GX2/LX800
< VIA C3/C7
< Intel x86 Compatible
< ARM Based CPU
Support HDD
< IDE HDD Up to 4
< SATA HDD Up to 5
< USB HDD/Flash
< Support RAID (0,1,0+1,5,6,10)
Support Printer
< Up to 9 USB Printers
< 2 10/100 MB Ethernet
< Option One Giga Net
< Option One 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN
Support PCI/USB
< Option PCI Bus
< Option Mini PCI Bus
< USB2.0x2
< Flash: 2MB
< WDT: Watch Dog Timer