[THIN] FW: GxP class client device

  • From: "Jeff Bolton" <Jeff.Bolton@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 16:51:05 -0400

Found a little more information on the requirements for this.
Basically, any device that we put into these controlled labs, must be
CSA Class II, Division 1 certified.
The equivalent US classification would be IEC-Zone 1.  More information
on the actual specification can be found 


> ______________________________________________ 
> From:         Jeff Bolton  
> Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 1:41 PM
> To:   thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:      GxP class client device
> Hello list....We have a manufacturing plant that is governed by GxP
> and government regulations, so the devices we put into our lab
> environments must meet strict guidelines.  
> That being said, we're looking at implementing virtual desktops for
> the lab technicians to use, but I need recommendations on client side
> devices that are capable of booting the ICA client to launch the
> virtual desktop.  Ideally these would be self-contained units with as
> few moving parts as possible (nvram/prom's that directly boot the
> virtual desktop?), and they absolutely must be certified for regulated
> lab environments.
> Is anyone aware of such a device they could point me at??
> Cheers
>       Jeff
> Jeff B. Bolton
> Lead System Administrator
> Biovail Corporation

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