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The all-in-one form factor promotes a clean working environment and easier deployment, with fewer cables and simplified assembly. Cloud displays have multiple ports to connect directly to most peripherals.
Corporate computing has evolved, and companies that want to upgrade face several challenges. Regulatory requirements in many industries demand a higher level of data security. The cost of maintaining and supporting a large collection of computing hardware can be prohibitive. Companies that want to retain good employees must provide flexible ways for them to be productive. Samsung NC241 Cloud Displays help businesses overcome these challenges. Data is stored only on the server, so it remains more secure. Cloud displays are typically less costly to purchase and maintain than conventional PCs. Cloud displays also provide convenient on-site access to virtualised desktops, so workers can access individual resources more easily. With a small footprint (just 0.05 square meters, or 82 square inches), these all-in-one zero client displays help save valuable office space. The displays include an embedded Teradici Gen2 chipset, with no external hard drive chipset.
NC241 is a zero-client PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®) cloud display that is designed to connect easily and effectively with a company’s data centre. Because software is centrally deployed, IT infrastructure can be easier and less time-consuming to manage. Most maintenance and support tasks, including software upgrades and patches, can be performed centrally and simultaneously, with no need to visit employees’ desks.
NC241 Cloud Displays also use PCoIP technology, a remote workstation protocol. PCoIP is the result of a breakthrough in display compression for connecting desktops over existing standard IP networks. The PCoIP technology compresses, encrypts and encodes the entire computing experience at the data centre. It then transmits it “pixels only” across any standard IP network to stateless PCoIP zero clients. With this system, data never leaves the data centre. The PCoIP technology is implemented in silicon for hardware accelerated performance, and in software in VMware® View™. PCoIP supports high resolution, full frame rate 3-D graphics, HD media, and multiple large displays. PCoIP also offers full USB peripheral connectivity and high-definition audio, all connected over a corporate LAN or WAN.
The NC Series Cloud Display integrates a variety of ergonomic features to enhance working conditions and ensure comfortable use over long periods. Its Height Adjustable Stand (HAS) increases the monitor's height range by up to 130 mm, and its tilt-and-swivel settings can be adapted to suit every user’s needs.