Smaller footprint, faster to deploy, quicker to boot and easier to manage, says IT manager
Reading, UK. 7 April 2014 – Cwm Taf University Health Board has deployed 2,500 IGEL thin clients across its hospitals, clinics, GP surgeries and administration offices radically saving management time and cutting energy costs.
“We had oscillated between buying new and second hand PCs to use as Citrix terminals but had never been entirely satisfied with this solution,” said John Probert, senior server manager. “In places like the hospital theatres, the PCs were just too bulky and we required a more integrated solution to match the flat screen displays we were installing throughout the organisation.”
When the team saw an IGEL thin client demonstration, they realised that they may have found a solution to their needs. “We were impressed with the IGEL devices because of their small footprint and low energy use,” said John. “The IGEL units use 30W of...