Sunday, June 29, 2008

Networking With NComputing



Various innovations through modern technology has been developed to improve the computerization and networking system here in the Philippines and around the world. In Korea, a networking peripheral device that was introduced to offices to incorporate the unique User Extension Protocol (UXP) in to a flexible access terminal that connects over Internet the shared host PC. The L200 NComputing features a compact design with VGA, Ethernet, PS/2, Audio, USB port, touch screen interface and power cable connections in the rear unit. The USB port supports standard USB 1.1 and 2.2 flash memory enabling user to load data directly to the host PC. Administrator can enable or disable the USB data transfer function via a admin console menu option. Ten to thirty Ncomputing terminals can share a single PC running a desktop operating system. Nearly all applications are networked simultaneously by the PC server to all users.

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