[THIN] Re: THIN] WYSE vs. NeoWare

  • From: "Lich, Brian M" <blich@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 22:18:04 -0500

That's very interesting.  Are you currently using it?  If so, are you
seeing good results?  Basically, we have one app (a patient management
system) that will be deployed through Citrix.  These clients will be
mounted next to our dental chairs.  So we don't need anything

Thanks for the link!

-----Original Message-----
From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Diego Torres Milano
Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 1:06 AM
To: Thin (list)
Subject: [THIN] THIN] WYSE vs. NeoWare

You should also look at PXES Universal Linux Thin Client
FREE, open source, saves your assets (saves your old PCs, minimum
requirement Pentium I, 32MB RAM), vendor independent (runs with Wyse,
Neoware, HP, and almost any pther thin client), safe, secure, and much
Just take a look at the web site.

> Hello:
> I am new to Citrix and the whole thin client world.  My organization
> is
> looking at deploying a patient management system via Citrix.  The app
> is in
> pilot now and performing very well in the Citrix farm.
> Now that the application is going, I've been asked to purchase some
> thin
> clients.  I was looking at either a WYSE client or NeoWare.  The
> problem
> that I have with WYSE is that it communicates via an FTP server, which
> in my
> organization is frowned upon.  So, I started to look into a NeoWare
> solution.
Diego Torres Milano <diego@xxxxxxxx>
PXES Universal Linux Thin Client

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