HP thin client

HP thin client features fanless design, fast processing

With a new fanless design and preconfigured high-performance processors and software, the HP t620 was built to run graphically rich applications and enhanced security features for virtual desktops, desktop as a service, unified communications and other virtualization and cloud computing uses, according to a company statement.

The addition of HP remote graphics software on the HP t620 aims to help employees collaborate on graphically rich applications or Linux-based applications and helps maintain enterprise-level security and reduce management costs. The system also helps agencies protect their IT environment with optional security solutions, including a BIOS implemented to NIST guidelines, a TPM chipset, Fiber NIC communication options and, for the first time on an HP thin client, lockable port cover options.

The HP t620 uses a combination of an AMD GX dual- or quad-core processor and AMD Radeon HD professional graphics that makes it up to 50 percent faster than the HP t610. A redesigned chassis includes advanced passive cooling for fan-less support of quad-core processors.

HP’s first thin client is capable of powering two 30-inch diagonal 2,560 x 1,600 displays with the standard chassis. With a factory-installed add-in video card, the HP t620 PLUS can support up to four displays. It also has the option to have both integrated Fiber NIC and Ethernet at the same time . An optional serial or VGA port is available for agencies that want to connect in-place VGA monitors or legacy serial devices.

HP Velocity network performance management software, included with the HP t620, automatically syncs to changing network conditions and so users experience fewer disruptions when using communication applications.

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