The DLW Serv n15 Thin Client Server

DLW Serv n15DLW Serv n15

  • LTSP Thin Client Server
  • Supports up to 15 Thin Clients
  • LTSP Term 1720 or 1620 Thin Clients
  • Edubuntu or Ubuntu OS 12.04 or 10.04
  • Ships Ready To Install / Integrate into Network

 

Today, we are announcing the DLW Serv n15, a ready-to-go Thin Client Server for up to 15 thin client devices. The DLW Serv n15 is priced at $549.95 and comes with the latest version of Edubuntu or Ubuntu operating systems and LTSP installed. Before shipping, LTSP (the Linux Terminal Server Project) is configured and thoroughly tested, leaving little work for system administrators and ensuring desktop PC like performance on the thin client devices.

Running 15 thin clients, the DLW Serv n15′s cost per device comes in just under $37 / thin client.┬áSystem administrators can now manage a LAN based Linux thin client environment that requires little maintenance or technical support. With the very low total cost of ownership and other benefits like running LTSP Thin Clients with no moving parts, the cost of this computing solution becomes hard to ignore.

The DLW Serv n15, is an HP Micro Server with a dual core processor, 2GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive, and two Gigabit network cards. With the proper LTSP configuration this server can comfortably run 15 thin clients as users browse the web, read and send e-mail, and interact with documents.

For the organization looking for something more, DisklessWorkstations.com offers options. Deploying Linux based thin client solutions since 1999, DisklessWorkstations.com can deliver solutions to support tens of thousands of thin clients, customize and lock-down the operating system, integrate with other network services (ex: authentication, storage), and more.

Buy the DLW Serv n15 from our store.
Research compatible thin clients, the 1700 Series and 1600 Series.

Questions?

Call Us! 888-359-5877
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