After focusing on education and emerging markets, start-up NComputing is now taking aim at U.S. businesses.
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.
LG Electronics and NComputing strike a partnership to build virtualization-optimized monitors that are expected to cut desktop PC ownership and centralize computer use.
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.
Former Microsoft executive joins the effort that uses a single PC or server to provide Internet access to dozens of individuals through virtualization.
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.
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.
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Windows MultiPoint Server allows a single machine to power computing for a classroom full of students, Microsoft says.
The computers cost a lot, but they run on 18 watts of power at a peak.