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NComputing: Letting one computer act as many (photos)

After focusing on education and emerging markets, start-up NComputing is now taking aim at U.S. businesses.

4 Images By September 27, 2010


NComputing gets in the chip game

The company, known for products that let schools operate multiple terminals from a single PC, has a chip that it says will confer such access to many kinds of devices.

By March 19, 2010


LG-NComputing promise: 11 users, 1 PC

LG Electronics and NComputing strike a partnership to build virtualization-optimized monitors that are expected to cut desktop PC ownership and centralize computer use.

By June 18, 2009


Bringing shared computing to the enterprise

NComputing has made a mark in education and emerging markets by enabling multiple people to share a single PC or server. It's now set its sights on U.S. businesses.

By September 27, 2010


NComputing lands big India deal

The PC sharing start-up, headed by former eMachines CEO Stephen Dukker, announces it has begun wiring 5,000 schools in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

By October 13, 2008


Will Poole tapped as NComputing co-chairman

Former Microsoft executive joins the effort that uses a single PC or server to provide Internet access to dozens of individuals through virtualization.

By September 9, 2008


New Windows software turns one PC into many

Windows MultiPoint Server allows a single machine to power computing for a classroom full of students, Microsoft says.

By February 24, 2010


Microsoft to schools: Share a PC

The software maker is working on a new option that will let will let multiple students work off a single PC, each with their own screen, mouse, and keyboard.

By November 12, 2009


Macedonia picks Ubuntu for 20,000 PCs

7,000 down, 13,000 to go: Macedonia receives first shipments of Ubuntu Linux PCs for use in schools.

By November 16, 2007


Is the $199 PC doomed to fail?

NComputing CEO Stephen Dukker writes that a computer cannot exist independent of basic economic realities that govern the world.

July 24, 2007