Schools face barriers to deploying the new computer system, which include integrating existing devices or software, the time and effort required to learn the new system, and the implementation process for installing new devices. in the classroom. Thus, schools face great challenges in applying new systems in the classroom. However, schools face the stiff competition of creating an advanced teaching environment, but school budgets are tight, so the demand for IT keeps growing.
Sometimes teachers need to use multiple software and track results on multiple screens in the classroom. The outdated thin client may not be able to handle all the tasks at the same time, so it is better to integrate it with multi-monitor output and rich I / O interfaces to support all devices, and it must be equipped with enough power to perform multiple tasks.
School administrators are concerned about data security whether everything is happening in the cloud or through e-learning, so the thin client should be well equipped to provide cybersecurity to prevent any hacking activity.
G600 must meet the technical expectations of all educational institutions, delivering an improved IT experience that provides process control and enhances student learning for teachers and administrators.
Easy to implement
G600 is easy to use, easy to deploy, and supports all major VDI / DaaS solutions as well as VESA and desktop mounting, simplifying the implementation process.
With AMDÂ® memory protection and optional Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, the G600 takes security to the highest level. Therefore, schools can focus on effectively integrating technology into the classroom and creating a safe online learning environment.
Multitasking on multi-screen
With a powerful AMDÂ® processor and high-speed DDR4 RAM (up to 32GB), the G600 lets you multitask, including running four 4K displays simultaneously and efficiently managing sophisticated software programs. Therefore, teachers can prepare multimedia material to display on multiple screens in the classroom, and students can learn and train accordingly with the G600 and all peripherals on the desk.
The G600 supports four displays, 8 USB ports, smart card readers (optional), wireless LAN (optional) and fiber connection (optional), which enhance the connectivity of the G600 to reshape the way of delivering lessons in the classroom that allows teachers to use all the devices that bring knowledge to life.
The cost of adopting the G600 fanless design helps schools stay on budget by reducing overall management and maintenance expenses. In addition, the time spent on technical assistance and implementation has been significantly reduced.
School is a place to impart knowledge, but technology is changing the way you learn. The G600 Thin Client is used as a PC substitute to help students immediately access any virtual desktop or virtualized application. Schools are therefore better equipped with the latest thin client, the G600, to put the âfutureâ in the hands of more students who will enjoy learning at school or virtually anywhere.
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