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NComputing launches vSpace Server 8.3 and L350 thin client in India

NComputing announces its new desktop virtualisation software with Windows Server Support and new thin client L350 with high resolution video playback

By: Tech Desk | Updated: October 5, 2015 3:07:33 pm
NComputing, NComputing vSpace Server 8.3, NComputing L350 thin client, desktop virtualization software, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012 R2, tech news, technology NComputing has launched new vSpace Server 8.3 desktop virtualisation software and L350 thin client to complement the software (Source: NComputing)

NComputing has announced the launch of vSpace Server 8.3 and L350 thin client in India. NComputing says it has deployed over 1.4 million units in the education and business segments.

The new vSpace Server 8.3 brings support for the recent release of Microsoft Windows Server operating systems and L350 is a thin client offering that complements the vSpace Server software. The vSpace Server software is aimed to provide the best value for customers deploying desktop computing based on Windows platform.


“We are making investments to further expand our reach to several markets and build on this momentum. These exciting new products are thanks to the hard work of a restructured NComputing team, and incorporate features to deliver an enhanced and even better computing experience to our 20 million users worldwide,” said Young Song, Founder and CEO, NComputing.

NComputing’s flagship desktop virtualization software now supports Windows Server 2012 R2 and comes with a management software for managing NComputing’s thin client devices deployed in the network. The new vSpace Server brings improved media playback for video and audio content and will be available as a complemetary upgrade for all existing vSpace customers.

The new L350 thin client is a premium and hugh performance upgrade to the L300 model. The L350 thin client provides high quality digital video with monitor resolution up to 1920×1200 resolution and adds four USB 2.0 ports.

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