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Moderro announces Cloud Computer

The prophecy is:

  • Cheaper, transitional products are coming
  • ODPH is coming
  • Cheaper, thinner kernelish OSs are coming/are here as well
  • Data Centers are heading to the sky and water

More here:

NEW YORK, Sep 17, 2008 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- 2008 Web 2.0 Expo (Booth 1345) -- Moderro Technologies today announced the launch of Xpack Web 2.0 Cloud Computer -- first in a new generation of web thin clients.
Moderro's unique combination of software and hardware make up a platform for the ultimate web-centric computing experience. Its innovative desktop environment allows convenient navigation through open browser windows with thumbnail presentation on the bottom of the screen. The product's Smart Application Launcher allows web-based applications to run in native desktop windows providing the familiar look and feel of desktop applications. Secure browsing, together with convenient remote assistance and network management, create a compelling user experience, where the network becomes a platform for multiple applications and services.
Xpack desktop hardware is small and quiet, yet powerful enough to execute any demanding Web 2.0 application. The design uniquely integrates a VESA mounting option, allowing the unit to be mounted on the back of the LCD display. Dual VGA/DVI output options coupled with monitor auto-detection, allows you to use a wide range of monitors and for superior quality in visual representation. Xpack also features integrated security slot and convectional cooling design, making it ideal for public installations. Built using advanced power-saving technology and software-driven power-management functions, Xpack's energy consumption is a fraction of that of a regular computer.



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