IBM Access with Thin Clients
Posted by igelclient on September 7th, 2015
For many companies, the highly available, scalable and efficient power systems from IBM remain the most secure and available way of providing business-critical applications. With its Universal Desktop thin clients, IGEL offers not only uncompromising native IBM access but also the facility to consolidate a number of workstation devices.
Thin clients: providing IBM power systems without middleware
Unfortunately, only a few thin clients available on the market provide all the original IBM features. The German market leader for thin clients and zero clients therefore integrates the native IBM 5250 client into its Linux-based multi-protocol and software thin clients in the IGEL Universal Desktop range.
Access to centralized Windows apps, virtual desktops and cloud services
In addition to unrestricted access to IBM System i, IBM iSeries and AS/400, users of IGEL thin clients also benefit from the facility to access centralized Windows applications, virtual desktops and cloud services in parallel. The integrated CSP convert4print software tool results in further benefits. It supports printing using modern laser, matrix or label printers, thus saving expensive additional hardware and network resources.
Client standardization with IGEL thin clients
To enable IGEL customers to reduce their IBM and Windows-related administration costs on a permanent basis, the German market leader supplies the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) remote management solution along with its thin clients, zero clients and software thin clients. Its profile-based remote administration benefits IBM users in a range of sectors including trading firms, insurers and supply companies.
Summary: efficient and highly available
With the help of IGEL thin clients, IBM customers can benefit even more from a modern IBM infrastructure, for example by combining their proven AS/400 with the VMware vSphere server virtualization solution. IGEL thin clients also allow them to standardize the client environment and permanently reduce IT costs – without compromises when it comes to IBM access.
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