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HP’s Most Powerful Thin Client Unveiled today at VMworld

Author: Jim Christensen, Director, HP Media and Influencer Relations

 

VMworld San Francisco kicks off today at the Moscone Center, and HP is showing off the brand new HP t820 Flexible Series Thin Client, at booth #1405. Traditional thin clients have been widely adopted in small as well as enterprise businesses, catering well to remote and contract workers’ need for flexibility. They are perfect for schools and libraries that need easy IT support. However many financial services organizations and government agencies found thin clients have had the security but not the performance. These organizations need a computing solution with enterprise level processing power and high-end graphics, low power consumption, and uncompromised security. HP designed the HP t820 with these wants and needs in mind with a  HP Fourth-Generation Intel Core i5-4570S Processor, driving up to 7 HD dispays with legacy expansion options that will future proof your technology investments.

 HP t820 Flexible Thin Client

The HP t820 integrates seamlessly into the most demanding industries from financial trading and architecture to government and military agencies. Need a high performance, extremely secure thin client with strong multimedia capabilities and the flexibility to operate in the most intense virtual thin client environments? We’ve got you covered. HP’s most powerful thin client gives you the high-performance, graphics and security to boost efficiency and performance. With the HP t820, you get a responsive, smooth desktop experience from a Intel Core i5  and Intel Pentium processors. Robust security options such as Fiber NIC, NIST BIOS, and TPM deliver superior data protection and the ability to support up to seven HD monitors expands multitasking.

 

Demonstrations are available at the HP booth #1405. If you’re at VMworld, stop by and  experience our exciting race car game  driven by the new HP 820 Flexible Series Thin Client and powered by HP’s WS460c Graphics Server Blade, VMware View, and NVIDIA graphics . In case you aren’t heading to VMworld, here’s a cheat sheet:

 

  • The HP t820 features a TPM chipset, NIST compliant BIOS, and optional Fiber NIC for secure network pre-boot authentication and connections which allows users to securely log on to their protected network.
  • The HP t820 incorporates energy-efficient and powerful Fourth-Generation Intel Core i5-4570S Processor runs at 2.9 GHz with four cores and built-in support for vPro technology as well as Intel HD 4600 graphics. In addition, we also are making available an updated dual-core Pentium processor running at 3.0 GHz. HP t820 supports up to 3 big monitors out of the box. It is important to note that with the AMD Radeon HD 7650A MXM graphics card option and one or more multi-stream DisplayPort hubs, one HP t820 can handle up to seven full HD monitors easily.
  • With the DisplayPort 1.2 multi-stream technology and higher bandwidth capabilities, you can support multiple 2560x1600 screens out of the box. We also offer 16 and 32 GB SSD drive options so that you have the space you’ll need for desktop longevity.
  • We have future-proofed our HP t820 flexible series thin client, so you can be sure you will have all the functionality you need when you transition to new technologies.  For example, the built-in VGA video port as well as two DisplayPort 1.2 ports assures both legacy and future monitor technology compatibility.
  • Better user experience with HP Velocity.  HP Velocity, included with the HP t820, automatically adapts to changing network conditions and improves network utilization so users experience fewer disruptions when using real-time communication applications.

 

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