Samsung Electronics has just lifted the veil on their next-generation cloud computing solution products, which are spearheaded by a trio of devices known as the B Series Cloud Base Station, the C Series Cloud Monitor, and the new X Series Cloud Box. These were developed in order to respond to increasing customer demand, and intend to further expand the company’s lineup of virtual desktop solutions. All three cloud computing solutions lets you securely store and access data on one centralized server or network, which helps consolidate servers and doing away with the fear of stolen or misplaced data.
Both zero client and thin client cloud solution products are on offer, where the zero client B Series Cloud Base Station and the C Series Cloud Monitor function as cloud devices hooked up to a centralized server, delivering an alternative to a traditional PC infrastructure. As for Samsung’s X Series Cloud Box, this is the first standalone cloud desktop replacement solution from Samsung that delivers flexible user access and the ability to reuse existing customer monitors investments, which will also help organizations reduce the initial investment point for cloud computing.
No word on pricing, but we do know that the Samsung B Series Cloud Base Station (NB-NH) will be available next month, while the Samsung C Series Cloud Monitors (NC191 and NC241) will be available in December. As for the Samsung X Series Cloud Box (TX-WN), those who want to pick it up can do so from November onwards. [Press Release]
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