The internet is a very good source of knowledge and education but as like all good things, it can be put into bad use. It becomes very difficult for the parents to have control the internet usage habits of their children including online gaming, chatting or browsing. However using U179 by Ncomputing, Parents will have double advantage. They can use this technology to share the same computer for themselves and their children at the, same time, while keeping an eye on them for using computer and internet.
NComputing, a global leader in desktop virtualization, has been ranked 1 for enterprising client device shipments in Asia Pacific by International Data Corporation (IDC).
IDC’s Q2 2010 Worldwide Enterprise Client Devices Tracker ranked the company number 1 for its shipments record which stood at 25.2% share and fastest quarter on quarter growth at 50.2% (when combining the thin client and terminal client categories).
NComputing U 170 will be the hottest computing solution that will revolutionize the desktop virtualization market and is perfectly suited for small businesses, schools and home users in Pakistan.” This was stated by Khawaja Samiullah CEO NConnexion, Ncomputing’s distributor and authorized service center for Pakistan & Afghanistan, while announcing the launch of award winning world’s […]
IT labs to educate over 2 million Punjab students, MORE than two million students in Punjab will soon receive computer education with the help of NComputing’s ultra low-cost virtual desktops.
The Punjab chief ministered has driven the programme, which is setting up computer laboratories in more than 4,000 government- secondary and higher secondary schools.
NComputing enables a single computer to be virtualised so that many users can tap the unused capacity and share it as if each person had their own computer. In Punjab, each school will be furnished with a 15-seat computer lab, which will be run on three desktop PCs and 12 NComputing virtual desktops that will be connected to the PCs. Besides reducing purchase costs, electricity usage for these labs will be 90 percent lower than a traditional all-PC computer lab. Additional Programme Director Joudat Ayaz of the, IT Labs project said that it was a sustainable and environment-friendly project with very low recurring costs. “In the overall context of the project, we are saving over Rs 1.8 billion, which is almost 36 percent of the total project cost.”