What Is The Difference Between NComputing VS Thin Client?

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I am using the VMware and need to select any one of the two NComputing and thin client. I am currently using NComputing. But I want to know the difference NComputing vs thin client.

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What Is The Difference Between NComputing VS Thin Client?

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The difference between NComputing and thin client is not much. Thin client is one which depends on some other physical computer. Whereas we may also note that both requires a management server that may be used to host the program or data. Also that both types will require the HDD physical drive. I hope this will bring some light to the topic.  

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What Is The Difference Between NComputing VS Thin Client?

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“NComputing” is a company that deals with desktop virtualization and manufactures hardware and software to create virtual desktops which allows numerous users to share a single operating system simultaneously. NComputing, Inc. is a privately held for-profit company based in San Mateo, California with offices in the United States, Australia, China, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, Canada, India, Korea, and the United Kingdom.

NComputing offers a datasheet of virtual desktops for security and central management that connects across an Ethernet local area network as well as vSpace desktop virtualization application that supports different simultaneous users for use on a personal computer. They also provide desktop virtualization kits that allow users to share web browsers, office suites, instant messaging, email, and multimedia applications for users who manage schools, libraries, training rooms, and office applications.

For more information, go to the NComputing homepage. A “thin client,” on the other hand, is a computer or a program that roughly depends on other computers to complete its computational roles. It is a minimal client that depends on the server to perform the majority of its processing.

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