Inveneo Multiplier Thin Client Shared Computing Solution

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The Inveneo Multiplier Solution is a low cost, energy efficient desktop computing system designed for use where cost is an over-riding factor and electrical supplies are limited or unreliable; locations like underserved clinics, schools, community centers and microfinance offices.
Inveneo Multiplier Data Sheet
Computer components and software from leading manufacturers have been carefully selected and configured into a single compact system that can serve 2-10 users based on the Inveneo Certified HP Multiseat Server with Inveneo LCD Monitors and Inveneo Certified Peripherals & Accessories.

The Inveneo Multiplier Benefits

  • Very affordable cost per user: The Inveneo Multiplier can support up to 10 concurrent users, each experiencing personal, customizable desktops and applications. A single shared PC supports multiple LCD displays, keyboards, and mice.
  • Easy to use: The Inveneo Multiplier uses the genuine Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 operating system capable of providing a Windows XP or Windows 7 user experience, easy installation of current security patches and updates, and full support of all standard Microsoft software.
  • Low power consumption: The Inveneo Multiplier’s power draw can be as low as 15 watts per user (including CPU, thin client keyboards, mice, and LCD screens), because it uses just one multi-core CPU with Inveneo’s ultra low-power LCD display screens.

The Inveneo Multiplier solution has one of the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) numbers for computing systems, and is designed to be sustainable in most resource-constrained environments. It combines a competitive purchase price with minimal infrastructure requirements and low support and maintenance costs.

The result is a significantly more effective solution, tailored to the needs of organizations operating in low-resource areas worldwide, and with a lower overall cost per user than many traditional computers.

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  1. Posted by Inveneo on November 17, 2010 in the categories: News, Publications
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