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ViewSonic Launches SC-Z56: The Fastest Performing Quad Output Zero Client

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, launches the SC-Z56, a quad video output zero client for the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market. With the fastest performance and widest selection of discrete and integrated VDI products, ViewSonic expands its line-up with the SC-Z56, an affordable and feature-rich solution to drive multiple displays in a virtualized environment. The SC-Z56 Quad Output Zero Client was developed for users needing higher resolution performance and multiple display support.

The SC-Z56 features Teradici Tera 2 architecture, making it one of the fastest performing zero clients in the market. It is VMware® Horizon View™ certified, delivering a secure, manageable and reliable solution for VMware-based networks. With four DisplayPort outputs and six USB ports, the SC-Z56 provides the connectivity options to drive multiple displays and peripherals for optimal productivity. ViewSonic’s SC-Z56 zero client supports up to four WUXGA (1920x1200) displays or two WQXGA (2560x1600) displays simultaneously, making it ideal for high-end workstations in the government, corporate, healthcare and security industries.

“VDI installations can be taken to a new level of productivity with the SC-Z56,” said Erik Willey, product marketing manager of system and cloud products at ViewSonic Corp. “This quad output zero client provides the fastest possible performance in a VMware environment. It’s feature-rich with connectivity options, so it can support up to four HD displays. And, as a true zero client, the SC-Z56 delivers amazing reliability with little to no configuration or management, boosting productivity levels in a secure setting.”

As a true zero client, the SC-Z56 comes in a compact, 1.2-pound form factor and has no HDD, fan or moving parts. The design allows it to be placed discreetly away from the desktop or even mounted directly onto a display. It offers amazing high-speed virtual desktop performance and supports 2D/3D graphics applications.

ViewSonic’s SC-Z56 is now available at an MSRP of $659.00 (USD). For more information about the SC-Z56 and other ViewSonic VDI products, visit

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About ViewSonic

Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leader and pioneer in desktop display technology. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a diverse portfolio of display solutions, including smart displays, projectors, desktop displays, digital signage and touch devices. Continuing our heritage as a desktop technology leader, ViewSonic delivers the latest desktop virtualization and cloud computing products that change the way we compute, communicate and connect. To find out more about our products, visit

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