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Old 15th October 2007, 14:31   #1
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Default Hardware thin-client turns XP Home, Linux into 10-user terminal server

LOCAL FIRM MUPtech showcased its proprietary thin-client hardware to turn an Win XP Home and XP Pro system into a multi-user server, running up to 10 remote clients per machine using ultra-thin set-top-boxes as clients instead of full PCs.

The firm sells these thin black boxes which the company calls "MUP-PC" which are connected to the main "server" - actually any PC capable of running XP Home or XP Pro - over Ethernet. Each box features connectors for Audio, VGA video, and PS2 keyboard and mouse. The hardware also supports Linux.

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquir...home-and-linux
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