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Report
IGEL UD Series
October 2011
Universal Desktop
Series
Florian Spatz
Product Marketing Manager
Agenda
► Overview
► IGEL Universal
Firmware
► IGEL Universal Desktop Hardware
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IGEL UD2 series
IGEL UD3 series
IGEL UD5 series
IGEL UD9 series
OVERVIEW
User scenarios
Workplace for:
– Microsoft® Windows® Remote
Desktop Services and VDI Suite
– Citrix XenAppTM and XenDesktopTM
– VMware View environments
– RedHat Enterprise Virtualization for
Desktop
– Mainframe environments
Enhanced Security and personalization
via smartcard or eToken
Access to web-applications using local browser
Low energy consumption and TCO
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PRODUCT NAMING
Notation
UD5-430 LX
Universal
Desktop
Operating
System
Hardware
platform
Variant
Generation
Featureset
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Notation – in detail
Hardware
platform
UD5-430 LX
Operating
System
UD2
UD3
UD5
UD9
UDC
Variant
0 – initial HW
version
1-9 – minor HW
changes
Featureset
1 - Entry
Generation
4 - Standard
1 – HW migration
to UD
7 - Advanced
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2 – new UD series
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FIRMWARE
Operating System
IGEL Universal Desktop OS (Linux based)
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High performance on moderate hardware requirements
Embedded closed system ensures maximum system stability
Small footprint and modular design
Universal Firmware Concept – one firmware image includes all feature
packs
Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard
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Microsoft Windows user interface
Genuine Microsoft RDP
Customizable via application installation
Universal Firmware Concept – one firmware image includes all feature
packs
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Entry Universal Desktop
Feature
IGEL Linux
WES 2009
WES 7
Basic features:
- Basic Printing
- Network
- Java SE Runtime Environment
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Management:
- Local Setup
- Control via IGEL UMS
- Power Management
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Basic SBC solutions:
- RDP
- Microsoft RemoteApp
- Microsoft RemoteFX
- ICA
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Standard Universal Desktop (Entry+)
Feature
IGEL Linux
WES 2009
WES 7
Local Applications:
- Browser
- PDF Viewer
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ThinPrint
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Virtualization support:
- Citrix XenDesktop
- Ericom PowerTerm WebConnect
- Leostream
- Quest vWorkspace
- VMware View
- RedHat Ent. Virtualization for Desktops
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Enhanced Network security:
- VPN support
- NCP VPN
- Cisco VPN
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Terminal emulation
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Advanced Universal Desktop (Standard+)
Feature
IGEL Linux
WES 2009
WES 7
Local applications:
- Voice over IP
- SAP GUI
- Media player
- Multimedia Redirection
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Support for specialized SBC solutions:
- NoMachine NX
- ThinLinc
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Extended USB Redirection (Fabulatech)
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HARDWARE
UD2 Series
Category
– Entry level Thin Client
General Features
– CPU VIA Eden 500 MHz
– Chipset VIA CN700
– 1x DVI-I, max. 1920x1200
DualVideo (VGA&DVI-D) via DualView Y-Cable
– 4x USB 2.0
– 1x PS2 (keyboard)
– 1x Line-out + 1x Mic-in (front door), built-in speaker
– IDLE / Sleep power consumption 13W / 2W
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UD2 Series - Details
Operating Systems
– IGEL Linux
Add-ons (optional)
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VESA mount
Rubber feet
DualView Y-Cable
USB-to-Serial adapter
USB-to-Parallel adapter
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UD3 Series
Category
– Mid range level Thin Client
General Features
– CPU VIA Nano 800 MHz
– Chipset VIA VX855
– 1x DVI-I, max. 1920x1200
DualVideo (VGA&DVI-D) via DualView Y-Cable
– 1x 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet
– 1x USB 2.0 (front door), 4x USB 2.0 (back)
– 1 x PS2 (keyboard)
– 1x serial
– 1x Line-out, 1x Mic-in, built-in speaker
– IDLE / Sleep power consumption 10W / 1W
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UD3 Series - Details
Operating Systems
– IGEL Linux
– Windows Embedded Standard 2009
Add-ons (optional)
– VESA mount
– Rubber feet
– Connectivity Foot 1:
1x serial, 1x anti-theft USB
– Connectivity Foot 2:
1x serial, 802.11 b/g WLAN
– DualView Y-Cable
– Built-in Smartcard Reader
– USB-to-Serial and USB-to-Parallel adapter
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UD5 Series
Category
– Modular Thin Client for high-end applications
General Features
– CPU Via Nano 1,3 GHz
– Chipset VX900
– 1x DVI-I (max. 1920x1200), 1x Display Port
(LX: max. 2560x1600; ES/W7: max. 1920x1200),
DualVideo (max. 1920x1200)
– 1x 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet
– 2x USB 2.0 (front door), 4x USB 2.0 (back)
– 1x PS2 (keyboard)
– 2x serial
– 1x Line-out, 1x Mic-in, built-in speaker
– PCIe-slot for expandability (low profile)
– IDLE / Sleep power consumption 11W / 1W
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UD5 Series - Details
Operating Systems
– IGEL Linux
– Windows Embedded Standard 2009
– Windows Embedded Standard 7 (Advanced only)
Add-ons (optional)
– Rubber feet
– Connectivity Foot 1:
1x parallel, 1x anti-theft USB
– Connectivity Foot 2:
1x serial, 802.11 b/g WLAN
– Built-in Smartcard Reader
– USB-to-Serial adapter
– USB-to-Parallel adapter
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UD9 Series
Category
– TFT Display with integrated high-end Thin Client
General Features
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CPU Atom n270 processor 1,6 GHz
Chipset Intel 945 GSE
21,5’’ TFT Panel, max. 1920x1080 Pixel
1x VGA out (DualView Option)
1x 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet
4x USB 2.0
2x PS/2
2x serial, 1x parallel
1x Line-out / 1x Line-in / 1x Mic-In
IDLE / Sleep power consumption 38W / 2W
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UD9 Series - Details
Operating Systems
– IGEL Linux (Advanced only)
– Windows Embedded Standard 2009
(Advanced only)
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Resistive touchscreen
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n
Built-in Smartcard Reader
USB-to-Serial adapter
USB-to-Parallel adapter
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Accessories: Connectivity Foot 1
Serial Port
Anti-theft USB Port
Designed for public facing environments
Target devices for anti-theft USB port:
– USB flash sticks for extended storage
– WiFi dongles
• Recommended device for LX:
D-Link DWA-131
– Bluetooth dongles (only supported in WES)
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BENEFITS
Benefits of the Universal Desktop series
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Software update mechanism reduces network load & increases
productivity
Assured future investment: Large Compact Flash size provides plenty
of free space for future updates, new features and developments
Products designed for customers needs: Entry, Standard or Advanced
feature set on the desired hardware platform
Energy efficient hardware keeps costs down and the ecological impact
small
Modular upgrade of hardware connectivity with Connectivity Feet
Smooth migration of existing client infrastructure with the Universal
Desktop Converter
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IGEL Features
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In-house development based in
Germany
Full IGEL
Universal Management Suite
license included with every device
Failsafe firmware update mechanism
High security with support for
smartcard based two factor authentication
Fan less design
Dual View monitor support
2 years warranty, extended to 5 years after registration (bought after
15th of October, excluding UD9-Series)
Available in three attractive colours
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Thank you
Questions?

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