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NComputing vSpaceTM Desktop Virtualization Software

Key Features

Automatically distributes host computer resources among multiple independent user sessions Built using NComputing's own highly optimized desktop virtualization technology Communicates with access devices via the NComputing User eXtension Protocol (UXP) Includes administration console to manage access device settings, sessions and updates for each host computer Included with the purchase of both L-series and X-series access devices

Overview

Although invisible to end-users, the NComputing vSpace desktop virtualization software is the most important component of the overall NComputing solution. This software dynamically allocates host computer resources among multiple user sessions and delivers a totally independent, rich PC experience to each user. The software creates a virtual work space for the user and sends that desktop's display data to a monitor connected to the user's access device. It also manages the flow of data from the user's peripherals including keyboard, mouse, and other interfaces (i.e. USB flash memory).

User eXtension Protocol

The extension protocol is a key part of being able to deliver a full computing experience to a remote user. A protocol can be viewed as the "language" used to ensure successful communications between computing components. Traditional thin clients are built for older protocols that were originally developed for occasional use by administrators needing temporary remote control of a system. In contrast, NComputing created its own optimized and highly efficient User eXtension Protocol (UXP) to support continuous use by end-users demanding a rich PC experience. As a result, NComputing solutions give users a more responsive and interactive experience than standard thin clients can. The NComputing access devices also support multimedia applications such as streaming video and Flash ­ all at a very low system price.

Support for Multiple OS Platforms

NComputing vSpace software has seen over a decade of development and has been continually optimized to make the most efficient use of a computer's resources. Furthermore, this desktop virtualization software was developed to be independent of the operating system, which is why NComputing can support multiple Windows and Linux OS platforms. Today, hundreds of thousands of users get their entire desktop experience from virtual desktops running on vSpace.

Administration Console

Each version of vSpace includes a console that lets an administrator setup, configure, and manage host systems and access devices. For the L-series access devices, the administration console allows an administrator to remotely monitor and if necessary, control a user's session. Access device settings can be configured centrally from the administrator console including the ability to lock-out connection of USB devices. For the X-series, the vSpace console lets you assign host computer USB ports to individual users. Best of all, the vSpace administration console is easy to use and requires no special training.

Enables Superior Price/Performance

NComputing vSpace software was specifically developed for the unique L-series and X-series access devices. This targeted development delivers the best possible performance at a very low system price. vSpace is included in the price of both L-series and Xseries desktop virtualization kits. Together, the NComputing software and hardware deliver an incredible multi-user value.

NComputing vSpace Desktop Virtualization Software

FEATURES

Key Features

Automatically distributes host computer resources among multiple independent user sessions Desktop virtualization technology uniquely developed for L-series and X-series access devices to deliver the best possible performance at a very low system price Communicates with access devices via NComputing's own optimized and highly efficient User eXtension Protocol (UXP) Includes administration console to manage access device settings, sessions and updates for each host computer Included with the purchase of both L-series and X-series access device kits Provides a more responsive remote interactive experience than standard thin clients Supports basic multimedia applications such as streaming video and Flash A license is necessary to use NComputing vSpace software. One software license is included with each L-series access device kit, and that license entitles you to run a single virtualized desktop session connecting to the supplied NComputing access device. Each X-series kit includes a license to run three or five virtualized desktop sessions associated with the access devices included in the kit. Shows information about all the sessions currently active on the host. For each session, shows applications running, "station name" of connected access device, username currently logged in, session connection status, and IP address (L-series only) Allows administrator to "Send Message" to a currently connected session Allows administrator to "View Station" and optionally control the sessions mouse and keyboard (L-series only) Allows administrator to "Stop Station" for any current session Allows "Network Broadcast" of a message to a session that is connected to another host system on the same network. Microsoft Windows and several variants of Linux (refer to Support section of NComputing Website for versions supported) L-series (L130, L230) X-series (X300, X550) Core vSpace desktop virtualization software Internet registration utility Update utility Virtual Audio Driver to support valid connected NComputing access device Virtual Video Driver to support valid connected NComputing access device Virtual USB Driver to support certain models of the L-series access devices (L230)

Licensing

Administration Console

Supported Host Operating Systems Supported Access Devices

Software Components

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