Windows Thin PC - IGEL Technology

Report
Universal MultiDisplay
March 2012
Florian Spatz
Product Marketing Manager
IGEL UMD – Universal MultiDisplay
Features
– Connect multiple IGEL Thin Clients to
one device supporting multiple displays
– Only available for IGEL Linux
Multidisplay scenarios
– Display large amounts of information
simultaneously on one workplace
– Monitoring workplaces
– Public facing ad displays
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IGEL Universal MultiDisplay - Demo
Multidisplay solution which adds displays attached to multiple UDs to
one desktop controlled by a single UD5 (master)
Supports up to 8 displays
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IGEL Universal MultiDisplay
Requirements Master
– UD5 3rd Generation (UD5-x30 )
– Additional PCIe network card for dedicated multidisplay network
included in Starter Kit (Intel EXPI9301CTBLK Gigabit CT)
– Display license for each additional display
Requirements Satellite
– No special hardware required – all UD devices can be used as satellites
– Included in every feature package
Availability
– Linux only
– All UD devices (no UDC)
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IGEL Universal MultiDisplay
Licensing
– License per additional display
– License is stored and managed on the
master device
Pricing
– Starter Kit includes built-in network card for
UD5 + 1x display license 49,- €
– 1x display license 29,- €
Availability
– General availability: May 2012
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Frequently Asked Questions
1 Master, 1 Satellite configuration: Do the master and the satellites
have to be connected via Crossover LAN-cable?
No a normal patch cable is sufficient.
Is it a UD-LX hardware solution only?
Yes. UDC is not supported!
Do I need minimum an entry license?
Yes
Do I have to switch on the master and satellites separately?
No, the satellites boot via Wake on LAN command.
Which display resolution is maximum for two/four/six/eight screens?
1920x1200
Is Pivot supported by the satellites?
Yes
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Frequently Asked Questions
What accessories are needed?
One PCIe network interface card (NIC), Lan/Crossover cables and
probably a switch/hub if more than one satellite must be connected.
Do we have accessories in portfolio?
Yes, see Starter Kit on slide 5, includes network card + license, NO
switch, NO LAN cable.
Does other NIC than INTEL xxx work?
Yes, but not officially supported by IGEL
Are there specific reasons for using UD3, UD5 or UD9 instead of UD2
as satellite?
In general graphic intense applications above the task worker level
might require more graphic performance even on the satellite. Due to
this UD3, UD5 or UD 9 might make sense.
The UD5 in particular might be focused if 4 digital outputs are a must
have. UD9 might be used in space constraint environments.
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