March 23, 2004

Diskless Thin Client Management Suite Debuts

Anonymous Reader writes "Symbio Technologies Releases The Symbiont Management Suite for Diskless Thin Client Networks

New Rochelle, NY (March 23, 2004)Symbio Technologies announces the release of its signature Symbiont Management Suite, a unique terminal services package that reduces the complexity of setting up and administering a diskless thin client network. By accessing their Windows and Linux applications using diskless thin clients that boot up through a server configured with The Symbiont Management Suite, businesses of all sizes can significantly reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) for their computer network. Industry experts such as the Gartner Group estimate that a thin client network can save thousands of dollars in total cost of ownership (TCO).

Diskless thin client networks are attractive to businesses and educational organizations looking to cut the fat out of their technology budgets, said Symbio Technologies co-founder Roger Del Russo, but up until now, such networks have been difficult to set up and administer. Our simple, drop-down menus make the set up and management as easy as 1-2-3. Using The Symbiont Management Suite on our Symbiont server with diskless thin clients, organizations can have a powerful, fully customized network at prices much lower than comparable Windows-based solutions, a network that is guaranteed to work right out of the box, continued co-founder Gideon Romm.

The Symbiont Management Suite offers a Linux-based, business-class networking solution. By installing the suite on a server, responding to easy, on-screen prompts, and attaching diskless thin clients, companies can easily access their server-based applications, whether they are Windows, Linux, or Mac programs. Businesses can realize significant savings on annual licensing fees, replacement costs for workstations, and administrative costs, and can also be kind to the environment. Thin clients are the workstations of choice in companies ranging from Boeing to Target to Wachovia, and businesses have shown increasing interest in Linux-based servers as Microsoft withdraws its support for Windows 95 and Windows 98.

About Symbio Technologies

Symbio Technologies, with offices in New Rochelle, NY and Rockaway, NJ, was founded by Roger A. Del Russo and Gideon Z. Romm, who bring their years of expertise in networking and engineering to the design and deployment of Linux based thin-client products and services. For more information, contact Symbio Technologies at 134 North Avenue, Suites E & F, New Rochelle, NY 10801. Voice: (914) 576-1205. Fax: (914) 576-0944.

Email: support@symbio-technologies.com

Corporate Website: http://www.symbio-technologies.com

Product Website: http://www.thesymbiont.com"

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