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IGEL Technology launches the industry’s first 19 inch LCD integrated thin client


IGEL Technology launches the industry’s first 19 inch LCD integrated thin client from a major manufacturer

Based on the attractive and cost competitive Samsung® 19” LCD panel, the Elegance 9319LX and 9619XP are ideal for users needing an integrated LCD thin client that provides a large screen, rich digital services, minimal cabling and small desktop footprint.

Reading, England, 28th January 2008 - IGEL Technology today announced its new integrated 19 inch flat panel LCD thin clients using Samsung hardware technology. The Elegance 9319 LX and 9619 XP are ideal for point-of-sales solutions or space-constrained environments in retail, financial services and healthcare. Prices start at just €739/£499/$989 (+tax).

Alongside a high quality display from one of the world’s leading flat screen vendors, the latest Elegance models contain a premium set of digital services including Citrix® ICA 10, Microsoft® RDP 6, a Leostream® VDI client for connecting to virtual PCs, terminal emulation, web browser, multi-media plus others. The Linux model also includes a VoIP client enabling one device to be used for both application and voice access. The new 19 inch Elegance models support smart card readers and the Linux version also Cisco VPN for remote access.

Bundled with every IGEL thin client is a full version of IGEL Remote Management Suite. This powerful yet easy-to-use tool enables the remote management of all IGEL clients, saving money, time and hassle.

“These latest products combine Samsung’s LCD excellence with IGEL’s thin client expertise and simplicity of management,” said Stephen Yeo, worldwide strategic marketing director for IGEL Technology. “IGEL is the first major thin client vendor to offer a 19 inch integrated unit and we expect this to be well received by customers who want to provide their employees with the best ergonomic access to corporate applications and data.”

The IGEL Elegance 9319LX and 9619XP are available immediately and cost €739/£499/$989 and €839/£569/$1119 respectively.

About IGEL Technology
IGEL Technology is one of the world’s top 5 thin client vendors and is market leader in its home country of Germany (2006 IDC). The company produces the industry’s widest range of thin clients, based on Linux and Microsoft Windows, giving customers access to the richest set of digital services through the very powerful, IGEL designed, firmware. Digital services include Citrix® ICA, Microsoft RDP, VDI compliance via the Leostream® client, terminal emulation, NoMachine® NX, VoIP, Java and native SAP®. All IGEL thin clients come with the bundled, easy to use, IGEL Remote Management software, giving customers maximum remote control with the minimum cost and hassle.

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