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VXL announces new, enterprise-level, Fusion™ device manager supporting both Windows and Linux users

Manchester, UK - VXL's enterprise-level Fusion™ device manger goes from strength to strength with the launch of a new version supporting Linux users. Complementing the current Windows XP Embedded Standard, WES 7 and WE8S supported offering, Fusion now sets the industry benchmark for the management of thin clients.

Powerful, user-friendly and highly scalable, Fusion™ device manager is designed to configure, monitor and manage all VXL thin client devices as well as conventional PCs and POS terminals*. Using an easy to use, web based, GUI, Fusion™ device manager can quickly and easily issue software images, patches, updates and add-ons, thereby enhancing user productivity and reducing support costs.

Frank Noon VP Worldwide Sales commented; "Fusion's ability to manage multiple operating systems combined with its true enterprise-level credentials make it the perfect management solution". "IT departments will also benefit from both a highly effective and secure device manager that will also ensure support costs are kept to a minimum." he added.

Incorporating a web-based GUI using AJAX, Fusion™ also includes industry standard Microsoft technologies with SSL communications that enables intelligent real-time asset management, health monitoring, configuration updates and comprehensive reporting.

Fusion's enterprise hierarchical grouping also makes it easy to manage thousands of devices, while the secure HTTPS connections ensure full integrity of communications between agents and the server. Furthermore, Fusion can collect real-time inventory data, conduct maintenance tasks on selected devices as well as monitor all systems and execute corrective actions automatically when required.

VXL Fusion™ with Linux support is available from 9th June 2014.

ENDS

*Personal Computers - Windows XP Pro, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Professional, Microsoft ThinPC and VXL GioPC. Point Of Sale - WEPOS, Windows POSReady 7 and Windows POSReady 8.

Contact: Ian Cope, VXL Instruments Ltd, Marketing Manager Email: [email protected]

About VXL
Established in 1976, VXL is a global leader in thin client, cloud computing devices and has been manufacturing world-class thin client devices for over three decades providing a high quality range of high-specification models that are made to the most exacting standards.

This single-minded focus on thin clients and commitment to product quality is at the core of what VXL represents today together with a passion to support companies around the world to successfully build efficient IT infrastructures that are flexible, secure, manageable and affordable.

VXL's world-renowned 'Itona' brand of thin clients continues to go from strength to strength and includes its latest SoC (System-on-Chip) and dual / quad core high-performance desktops plus Citrix ready Xtona and VMware ready Vtona zero clients. VXL-Lenovo Thin ThinkPad notebooks represent the mobile thin client portfolio and leading software solutions include Fusion™ device manager and GioPC™ repurposing software.

VXL's corporate HQ and manufacturing is based in Bangalore, India's 'Silicon Valley', with the Americas Group HQ based in Houston, Texas and the European HQ in Manchester, UK. Dedicated Sales and Support offices are also based in key strategic markets including Germany, France and Singapore.

For more information please visit: www.vxl.net

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