VXL is a leading global vendor of thin client devices and terminals. Our world-class products are available for a variety of OS platforms such as Gio Linux, Windows CE and Window XP-Embedded as well as computing environments like the desktop, wireless, Integrated and laptop..
VXL’s thin client devices and solutions are helping global companies substantially reduce IT security and support costs without compromising on reliability and scalability.
Our products enable people across a network to seamlessly access applications and data wherever and whenever they need them.
VXL’s globally trusted Itona brand of products is available for a range of operating systems such as Gio Linux,Windows CE and XP-Embedded and computing environments desktop,wireless,Integrated and laptop. Each of our products is available in wide variety of configurations, and can be customised to meet the unique requirements of our customers.
Our products are manufactured in a state-of-the-art design centre in India’s Silicon Valley, Bangalore. They are backed by a global support and reseller network and unmatched customer service.
To truly reap the benefits of thin client technology deployment, enterprises need good device management tools. XLManage is VXL’s powerful device management software that is flexible enough to manage thin clients over a LAN as well as a large, multisite WAN.
Windows CE-based thin client devices or browser terminals are equipped with Internet Explorer for Web access and can run a local terminal emulation suite. They are ideally suited for environments where the workforce needs to constantly access Web-based applications. Low on cost, but rich in functionality, CE-based terminals support many Windows drivers and peripherals. They also provide a Windows-like desktop interface, helping users quickly adjust to the device.
Windows XPe: PC-like power in a thin client
Windows XP Embedded terminals deliver PC-like functionality and can be easily integrated into any Windows environment. These devices are ideal for line of business applications as they support the entire range of Windows peripherals and Win32 API applications, feature a local Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and a full-fledged local IE 6.0 for running Web-based applications.
Robust and flexible
Linux-embedded thin clients offer better security and flexibility at lower price points. Linux-based thin client devices can run Linux and Unix applications as well as 32-bit Windows applications. Linux terminals are ideal for open source environments that need secure server-based, enterprise-wide computing. Linux thin devices come in two flavours Professional (with Mozilla, JVM and Flash) and Embedded.
The basic thin client available in 800 MHz and 1 GHz CPU speed options