New Rochelle, NY (PressExposure) September 17, 2009 -- Symbio Technologies (http://www.symbio-technologies.com), an award-winning innovator in secure stateless computing for government, business and healthcare, has added two new stateless thin clients--the SYM5100E and the SYM5120--to its product line.
Affordable yet powerful, the SYM5100E has state-of-the-art VIA Chrome9 graphics, gigabit networking, an on-board serial port and an optional smart card reader. The SYM5120 is the smallest of the company's thin clients. It consumes only 8 watts of electricity but contains the latest in Intel embedded technology and DVI-I video.
The new stateless and diskless thin clients continue Symbio's product line of desktop devices that are highly secure, energy efficient workstations with no embedded software, no internal moving parts, and no internal storage.
"Those who have enjoyed our SYM1112 will find that our new SYM5100E offers enhanced graphic capabilities and more options at the same price point," said Gideon Romm, co-founder and CTO of Symbio. "All Symbiont-certified stateless thin clients are excellent choices for organizations and businesses that are looking to the future, which will be dominated by virtualization and cloud computing."
Symbio's thin clients are in use in highly classified networks developed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). They work with the Symbiont Boot Appliance, which boots up to 250 desktop units, directing them to the appropriate application server, or with the Symbiont Boot Stick, a USB pen drive which boots any USB-bootable device, even old PCs and laptops.
Symbio Technologies' products are available from authorized resellers worldwide.