The View From NCS Technologies

Getting IT Infrastructure into the Field

Posted by Katie Callahan on Jan 22, 2018 4:25:21 PM

NCS Technologies packages sophisticated general-purpose-rugged and VDI IT infrastructure to support organizations needing rapid deployment to the field. These solutions were developed for the robust needs of the military, but are also useful for first responders and field organizations in need of rugged infrastructure and/or VDI.

NCS Deployable Infrastructure fits into a number of scenarios:

Basic VDI Configuration Workgroup

This configuration includes a Getac ultra-rugged server and patent-protected virtualized NCS end points intelligently integrated into rugged transit cases. The workgroup is capable of supporting a scalable number of clients while delivering centralized control and easy maintenance. The basic workgroup simplifies the reset process that must occur upon returning from deployments. Client images may be easily and quickly changed to support multiple applications and specific use-case scenarios.  A basic configuration includes 1  magnesium alloy Getac X500 Ultra-Rugged Server platform and 7 Cirrus family zero client notebooks.close-case-sm.png

All-Rugged Workgroup

A basic configuration includes 1 magnesium alloy Getac X500 Ultra-Rugged Mobile Server and 7 Getac S410 semi-rugged laptops, developed specifically for first responder and military-type applications.

Deployable VDI Enterprise Workgroup

This Workgroup allows for the easy and rapid deployment to temporary facilities where a larger workforce needs to be supported with network services and applications.  This makes it easier for organizations to reuse the initial investment repeatedly without leaving equipment behind or undergoing a much more labor intensive process to recover deployed assets. The fully-built configuration for 100 users includes a rugged, rackmount case on casters, and a complete turnkey, hyper-converged VDI solution that is scalable, flexible and cost effective.

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Topics: VDI, Getac, infrastructure