here is the software, u canget a trial version
I have had a little play with it and it does give better graphics performance, however i does make things more complex. I want to use a propritary OS on my thin clients in the office i.e. wyse thin OS, to me it makes no sense to put something on the desk that has to be managed, patched, and requires virus protection.
of course the HGS software only installs on Windows or Linux (i only tried it on Windows)
I guess the article was a typo RGX instead of RGS.
Will do some testing.
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Go here and do a page search on Collier County.
As I understand they are still deploying and are making adjustments to their architecture along the way based on lessons learned.
Prior to the latest release they offered a version that worked with VM's. If you closely read the requirements for this version it states they do not support and hardware beside their own and do not support VM's. You might be able to get support as a one off.
See the link below for info on their VDI solutions and direction
Thanks for the links.
I did notice in the reqs that it does not support VM's.
Anyway it's more of an interest then viable solution at the moment.
HP RGS v4.1 and prior will work on anything (VMâs, Dellâs, HP, etc.). The NEW version 4.2.1 has been locked down by HP to only work on their hardware and doesn't currently work in a VDI/virtualization environment. It is a blade PC/workstation only solution as the licensing is tied to the HP hardware.
Well Param I guess that's the way HP can control how their intellectual property only works on their hardware, so we don't go and buy IBM gear and use RGS. But for those that are interested, I just got this announcement from my vendor that Provision is about to release latency reduction and acceleration for graphics on both their VDI and TS platforms.
I'm curious when Wyse will be releasing the production model of their thin client that they had at the last show. It was treaming full screen full motion video.
hi, do u know what wyse client this was running on.
It was a new hardware platform, not an existing client.