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Network – An Important Aspect For Zero Clients
The purpose of the article is to create awareness amongst the readers about the important role played by the network in deciding the performance of the endpoint device.
Zero Clients are truly a revolution. The VDI architecture today can announce proudly about this great innovation in technology. Having a full PC-like user experience, in parallel eliminating the maintenance and constant up gradation hassles is no doubt a big achievement in itself.
The benefits of Zero clients is gaining the ground with the users gradually, however, the knowledge about some of its important aspects are limited. One such aspect is the network consideration.
While SUNDE attempts to explain about this vital criterion of consideration through its knowledge base, it is a good idea to explain the subject with SUNDE’s Diana Zero Client as an example. The performance of this product so far with the various schools and small sized businesses makes it the right choice for further research about a good VDI endpoint device.
Defining Zero Clients Again:
We all know the Zero Clients as the endpoint devices, which are free of CPU, memory, processor and hardware requirements. This means that another strong factor plays a role in transmitting of the information from server to client. That is the network. And in case of Zero Clients, this network bandwidth should be really wide and sufficient enough for the seamless transfer of information.
Let us start with an example. Diana Zero Client uses Ethernet as the network connection. The deployment so far has registered recognition about its appreciable performance, which is attained with the category 5 or 6 network cable to connect to the Ethernet network. The next question is:
What is a Category-5 or Category-6 cable??
Usually, the high quality copper wires are used for Cat-5/ 6 cabling. They are twisted into 4 pairs which run along an outer cover. This design of the cable makes it immune to the other signal interferences, which means a better transmission of the data signal over the cable.
Most of the times, the poor cabling is responsible for the faulty network transmission. This very often leads to the unnecessary testing of the other equipments. There are a few very high standards tagged with the category 5 and 6 cabling, which must be followed during installation as well. This guarantees a high performance over the network.
Recommendation With SUNDE:
In addition to Cat 5/6 cabling, the network specifications are very important. For Diana Zero Client, there are a few additional recommendations from SUNDE, to guarantee a smooth high-end experience.
The ideal recommendation from SUNDE is a low latency higher bandwidth Local Area Network, which is the secret behind the excellent performance of zero client devices.
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