Features dual-core AMD G-Series, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports to deliver 3D graphics and connectivity
Wyse Technology, a provider of cloud client computing, has launched Wyse Z90 thin client based on Windows Embedded Standard 7.
The Wyse Z90 comes with dual-core AMD G-series processors and can deliver 3D business graphics performance. It also comes with CPU cores, vector engines, and a unified video decoder for HD decoding tasks live on the same piece of silicon.
Wyse delivers the power and performance of Windows 7 to offer operating protections, reducing vulnerabilities caused by virus and malware.
The new platform comes with default passwords, a secure locked-down default-user profile and monthly security updates to ensure user receive the secure and reliable service.
The Wyse Z90 includes the USB 3.0 connectivity in a thin client, enabling the new peripherals and delivering speed more than USB 2.0. Wyse Z90 includes two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports and four USB 2.0 ports.
It also features more display options including DisplayPort and DVI, and offers advanced networking capabilities, with support for gigabit Ethernet, available integrated A/B/G/N dual band Wi-Fi, or FiberNIC.
Wyse Technology senior vice president product management business development and alliances Ricardo Antuna said the goal at Wyse is to make Windows Embedded offerings built with the Windows Embedded portfolio of platforms and technologies the best, easiest to use, and fastest clients on the planet"
"With the introduction of the Wyse Z90 we’ve done that; more than doubling the performance capabilities of competing top-of-the-line thin clients with similar energy requirements," Antuna said.