Have you got a spare hour on the 26th October 2017, then why not register for the.
Advantages of Blast Extreme on Thin and Zero Client Endpoints
Topic: Since the announcement of the Blast Extreme protocol with VMware Horizon 7 just one year ago, Blast Extreme has quickly become the talk of the town. VMware have continued to make further improvements with each release, including most recently BEAT (Blast Extreme Adaptive Transport). BEAT offers vast improvements out of box with Horizon 7.1 or later, offering 50% improved bandwidth and 6X speed. This offers an improved user experience to both local and remote users. Organizations that are still using other VDI protocols may be wondering when it’s time to jump on the Blast Bandwagon and what advantages they may see as a result.
This webcast will educate viewers on the benefits and efficiencies of deploying Blast Extreme on 10ZiG Thin and Zero Client endpoints, and will include a live demo of the 10ZiG Manager – a fully FREE Thin and Zero Client Management Software solution, with no user limit or confusing support agreements.
Speaker: Kevin Greenway, Chief Technology Officer, 10ZiG Technology
Thursday, October 26 12-1 PM (CST)
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