And haven't we learned that it costs more than putting a cheap PC out there?
Or are you new to this?
I can only guess you've not learned that there is no such server made today. That is, once in awhile you get the new person that thinks you can hang display, keyboard and mouse on some server and make it all work. They usually get upset there is nothing less than 2 times the cost of a PC.
So here's the company and the products.
So there you go. Citrix on the server and HDX thin clients.
Done. I wonder still if you were so new you expected no client hardware.
Folk made such things. They were awfully expensive as each card was essentially a PC on a card. Since it was not made in the volumes of your common PC or laptop the prices were always more than your PC.
But folk always tried such things.
Today I rarely seen a Citrix or Windows Terminal system because the PC is too cheap.
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