Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA, has announced the HP DL380z Virtual Workstation that provides secure, remote access to workstation-class applications from a variety of devices, including thin clients, notebooks, and tablets. The workstation combines HP’s server technology, NVIDIA® virtualization technology, and Citrix® virtualization technology. The workstation uses the industry-standard 2U form factor, and supports up to eight users on one workstation. It transmits encrypted pixel data over LAN or WAN to remote users, and offers a choice of pass-through GPU and virtual GPU modes that can be configured according to usage needs. The workstation also supports HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) that enables remote access to graphics-rich applications, and the ability to host collaboration sessions from multiple devices and multiple operating systems including Linux.

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