HP Expands Smart family with the HP T410 Smart Zero Client Desktop

The company has launched the HP T410 Smart Zero Client a desktop environment for companies offering multimedia graphics and supports up to two screens. In addition, HP introduced HP Velocity, software that determines the quality of service and improves the network performance environments for virtual desktop. Velocity will come preinstalled on HP thin clients from HP, including HP T410, T510 and HP T610.

HP T410 Smart Zero Client


HP T410 Smart Zero Client features:

HP T410 Smart Zero Client
– Can support a wide variety of applications and desktop virtualization, where the user data must be housed on another server or in the cloud.
– Is built with a high performance processor ARM Cortex Texas Instruments TMS320DM8148.
– Memory capacity from 1GB DDR3 SDRAM, 2GB eMMC Flash.
– Support for dual displays up to 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.
– Supports the three protocols in one device virtualization, using Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Acceleration and Extension ARM Neon, with what makes the user experience as if it were a PC. The HP installation wizard looks for the right thin client cloud infrastructure Microsoft, Citrix or VMware and quickly establishes a secure connection to the correct desktop environment in the cloud for all devices.

HP Velocity to improve network experience
When installed the HP Velocity both HP thin clients and server data center, business leaders and IT governance can track activity on the network and optimize the performance of the same , and the end user experience in real time.

HP Velocity is designed to optimize the challenges facing the thin client networks using applications that require high bandwidth, in addition to teleworkers who work outside the office or on mobile devices using network connections that are not optimized. This is done to correct the loss of network packets. It can also help alleviate bottlenecks in environments where an application runs on multiple networks simultaneously. It was all about HP T410 Zero Client and HP Velocity.

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