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NComputing L-series virtual desktops
NComputing virtual desktops share the excess power of standard PCs and make computing simple and affordable. You save money by sharing the cost of a single PC among multiple users. And your users feel like they each have their own PC while they simultaneously share common applications—including web browsers, e-mail, office suites, and multimedia. Every user has their own keyboard, screen, settings, applications, and data files, so their experience is just like it would be if they were working at an independent PC.
NComputing L-SERIES Overview
Save money, time, and aggravation
Efficiently share one PC with up to 30 users
Dramatically reduce acquisition & support costs
Easy to set up, maintain, and secure
Flexible Ethernet networking
Supports Windows and Linux
Compact and reliable
Energy-efficient (under 5 watts per user)
They just snap into place
Because the L-series access devices connect across standard Ethernet networks, they just snap into place and can be as far away from the shared computer as you like. That gives you ultimate flexibility and ease in setting them up. It also makes it easy to secure the shared PCs behind locked doors. Want your desk space back? We include a VESA-compliant bracket that mounts to the back of most monitors.
vSpace software creates virtual desktops vSpace creates an independent workspace for each user on the shared computer. Each workspace is a virtual desktop that looks and feels just like it would on a standalone PC. Users interact with their virtual desktop through their L-series access device. And the access device communicates to vSpace via the highly efficient User eXtension Protocol (UXP).
Two models to choose from
Both models are attractive yet unobtrusive at just 1 inch tall and 4.5 inches square. Choose the L230 if you need a USB Flash drive port, 24-bit graphics, or a microphone port.
If all of your users are clustered in workgroups and are all close to the shared computers, consider the X-series (lowest cost) or the U-series (add one desktop at a time).