The DXR4-iP supports 4 widescreen displays (1920 x 1200), all USB devices* and high definition audio. It is available with support for either copper (DXR4-iP) or modular (copper / fibre) network connections (DXR4-iPM) .
The DXR4-iP is a stateless or zero client device. Unlike a thin-client, it holds no data and has no accessible operating system to secure or maintain. All USB device authorisation is performed by the DXR4-iP out of band preventing malicious access to the remote workstation.The DXR4-iP is smaller and uses far less power (less than 26W excluding USB peripherals) than a typical workstation or thin-client and contributes little heat or noise to the working environment.
It is easily configured using an on screen menu and, depending on network quality and bandwidth, provides the user with a perception free computing experience. When linked to a suitable remote host such as the Amulet Hotkey DXM610 Blade Workstation or dual DXPC cards, it allows a quad-head computer to be located remotely or 'back-racked' safely away from the working environment.
Back-racking has a number of benefits in the workplace:
reduced noise and heat at the desktop reduced load on workplace air-conditioning equipment reduced demand for power in the workplace computing resources can be centralised break /fix times become shorter security is enhanced hardware reliability is improved
PCoIP based solutions save power, reduce operating costs and help to make the workplace a quieter, more productive environment.