Net Computer is an independent network terminal, The Outer appearance is sleek, light weight and can be easily mounted behind the LCD Monitor. The performance is superior and eco friendly.
Advantages of Net Computer Terminal over Desktop PC:
* Save 60% of Hardware Investment cost
* Save 80% of Maintenance expense
* Save 80% of Upgrade expense
* Save 80% of Software expense
* Save 98% of Electricity Charges
No Maintenance required:
You only have to maintain and update the host PC. Zero hardware maintenance required.
Simultaneously Operating with Windows:
Host PC and Net Computer terminal can simultaneously and independently operate the same program, ( need CAL licenses )
Net Computer terminal can operate most of the programs on the host PC i.e. Browse the web, email, office suites, accounting software and other Multiuser applications. (Except designing applications and graphical programs)
Small & Sleek Design:
Space saving design allows more room for your office or desk area.
Low consumption Ultra static sound operation:
Protecting the working environment, meanwhile saving 98% power cost as Net Computer Consumes on 15 Watts of power.
Long-distance Access and Control:
Net Computer terminal applies to the TCP/IP of Ethernet, so it is available to access the host PC in home or office (but need certain band width and public net IP address) and you can control and access the stations by host PC.
Ready to Use:
Only needs to install service software on the host PC, then connect the host to the Net Computer terminal by mesh wire, no need to install software on the terminal.
Video Resolution Support:
640X480 - 800X600 - 1024X768 - 1280X1024 (16 Bit - Hi Color )
Small Business Office, Call center, Training center, Factory, Schools, Colleges, Coffee shop, Data entry labs, Government offices, Library, Home etc.
Weight & Size:
123mm W x 20mm H x 123mm D - Weight 330g
System Requirements for Host PC:
CPU: 2 GHZ or above (noted: need multi-thread processing technology)
RAM: 1GB or more memory
10/100 mbps fast Ethernet switch connecting multi-terminals to host PC.
HOW IT WORKS:
UTMA consists of three components; terminal services software, user extension protocol, and ultra- thin access terminals. Once the installation is done, the whole process follows a three-stage cycle. First the terminal services software comes into play, followed by the user extension protocol in the second stage and finally the ultra-thin access terminals in the third.
The terminal services software runs on top of the standard Windows or Linux OS on the host PC. Basically, this software divides the host computer's resources (applications and OS) into independent sessions for each user. It functions as a data manager that transmits and handles the desktop display and remote activities from the terminal's keyboard, mouse, and other interfaces (including USB for remote data I/O).
The User eXtension Protocol (UXP) comes into the picture then. It is installed during the terminal services software installation. It resides on a software layer outside of the operating system on the host PC and functions with both Windows and Linux. Basically, it provides the communication link between the terminal services software and the access terminal hardware. It also features 128-bit encryption to ensure security.
Once this is done, the access terminals come into action. It is through these access terminals that the user gets connected to the host PC. It is a SOC (System On Chip), and executes several processes including boot management, initialization, network connection, protocol decoding, bitmap cache acceleration, and administration that do not require on-board PC-based processors and chipsets. Instead, all of the primary circuitry is integrated into a single chip that has an optimal set of resources for working with the terminal services software and extension protocols.
The response time is so fast that it feels as if the application is running in real time on the user's terminal.