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TechNet Fort Bragg Final Day

Posted by Katie Callahan on Apr 26, 2017 9:07:47 AM

Stop by NCS Booth #128

Today, Wednesday, is the final day for TechNet Fort Bragg Symposium & Expo! The event is organized by AFCEA, and is an important Army professional development forum, attacting members of U.S. Army Forces Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Army Special Operations Command. U.S. Army Reserve, U.S. National Guard and Joint Special Operations Command.EXBJ9966.jpg

Traffic has been heavy at the booth. Staffers Joe Guest and Linda Letosky are finding a tremendous amount of interest in the Cirrus family of virtual zero client end point devices, Getac rugged PCs and servers, and the Defender E-Tools rugged cabinet.

NCS zero client end points lead the industry in innovation, ease of use and low cost of ownership. NCS solutions rely on the PCoIP protocol networking technology. PCoIP compresses, encrypts and encodes the entire computing experience at the data center. Information is transmitted as pixels across the IP network to the end points. Users have a high performance, fully functioning computing experience - even in HD. NCS uses the VMware virtual platform for our zero client end points.
Ultra Secure Zero Clients Are Perfect for the Army

NCS offers a complete family of virtualized zero client PCs to the Army. The NCS portfolio includes:

* Zero Client Desktops With Dual Display - Cirrus TZ-202L & Cirrus DT 5220
* Zero Client Desktops With Quad Display - Cirrus TZ-204L
* WiFi Zero Client Desktops with Dual Display - Cirrus DT WiFi & Cirrus DT 5230
* Zero Client Laptops - Cirrus LT & Cirrus LT Plus

We encourage you to stop by today to learn more about NCS zero clients, our Getac rugged offerings and our Defender E-Tools Cabinet.

To learn more about NCS zero clients solutions right now, just download our brochure.

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Topics: VDI, army, Getac