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    Symbio Technologies Introduces Two New Stateless Thin Clients
    Posted by Lew Tischler, Thursday January 15 2009 @ 08:25AM EST

    NEW ROCHELLE, NY—Symbio Technologies (www.symbio-technologies.com), an award-winning innovator in secure stateless computing for government, business, call centers and schools, greeted the New Year by adding two new stateless thin clients to its product line.

    The new SYM5100 and SYM5500 have built-in features requested by Symbio users worldwide including DVI and VGA output, gigabit network interface, dual monitor support, PS/2 ports for keyboards and mice, and multiple front and rear USB ports. They are optimized for use with Version 5 of The Symbiont Boot Appliance and support Smart Card readers. The SYM5500 also includes a gigabit fiber card.

    The new diskless thin clients continue Symbio’s product line of desktop devices that are highly secure, energy efficient workstations with no embedded software, no internal moving parts, and no internal storage.

    “All Symbiont-certified stateless thin clients are optimized to work perfectly right out of the box with The Symbiont Boot Appliance and The Symbiont Boot Stick,” said Gideon Romm, co-founder and CTO of Symbio. “With these two new stateless thin clients, we’ve provided our growing worldwide customer base with even more features and exceptional performance.”

    Symbio’s thin clients are in use in highly classified networks developed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). They work with the Symbiont Boot Appliance, which boots up to 250 desktop units, directing them to the appropriate application server, and the Symbiont Boot Stick, a USB pen drive which boots any USB-bootable device, even old PCs and laptops.

    Symbio Technologies’ products are available from authorized resellers worldwide.

    About Symbio Technologies

    Symbio Technologies is a leading developer and marketer of secure, environmentally friendly, server-centric stateless computing products that reduce the complexity and cost of deploying and maintaining networks. Symbio’s products are available worldwide through a network of distributors, value-added resellers and integrators in Australia, Canada, Chile, Egypt, Mexico, Pakistan, South Africa, and the U.K., as well as throughout the U.S.

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