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Wyse Broadens Linux Portfolio to Address Expanding Market
Wyse Broadens Linux Portfolio to Address Expanding Market

(July 14, 2003) - Wyse Technology today broadened its Linux-based thin-client portfolio with the introduction of two new thin clients, the Wyse Winterm 5125XE and the Winterm 5455XL. The new products address the rapidly expanding Linux thin-client market that grew 82 percent worldwide last year according to industry research firm IDC, and allow Wyse to maintain its dominance of the worldwide thin-client market.

With these new products, Wyse now offers two additional Linux-based thin client platforms. The Winterm 5125XE provides a reliable low-cost thin-client offering to run server-based UNIX, Linux, and Java applications. The Flexible Winterm 5455XL adds the ability to run Java applications on the desktop and combines PC-like performance with the security, reliability, and management benefits that have become the hallmark of Wyse thin clients.

The Winterm 5455XL offers IT managers a wide variety of hardware and software configuration choices to fit seamlessly into their organization. The terminal delivers server-based UNIX, Linux and Windows applications to the desktop and adds the ability to run local Java applications directly on the client. Built on a rugged metal chassis with legacy ports and expandable storage, it provides businesses that have invested in open-source computing with the flexibility to deploy a desktop client that is tailored to meet their individual needs.

The Winterm 5125XE provides the speed and security of a Wyse thin client and is ideally suited for X-Windows, Linux, and UNIX software environments. Encased in a compact, attractive chassis, the 5125XE can be mounted on a wall or under a desk to fit into tight spaces and provides USB and legacy ports to connect to a wide variety of office equipment.

Both models are available in custom configurations with many peripheral options, including CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, additional RAM, and wireless Wi-Fi 802.11b. Additional product specifications can be found at their website.

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