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http://www.evga.com/articles/00448/
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There is significant and increasing pressure on CIO's and IT managers related to security, compliance and business continuity - including disaster recovery for natural and pandemic events. CIO's can reduce liability exposure over necessary data and user accountability and regulations while increasing control over intellectual property, valuable data and user productivity. By delivering a true PC experience, these benefits can be realized across the entire enterprise organization.

* 100% of desktop computing can be moved into a secure location including existing PC and workstation form factors and emerging blade PCs
* Eliminate corporate data in the user community by containing it within the datacenter
* Secure authentication and authorization of all USB peripheral devices, intelligent capability to lockdown restricted devices while allowing authorized devices
* Host operating system does not see plug-event if an unauthorized USB peripheral device is plugged into the Desktop Portal. This provides an additional level of security not possible with traditional desktop PCs today

Product Features:
* Breakthrough innovation in display compression and propagation over networks.
* Fully transparent hardware bridging for peripherals and audio.
* End-to-end security via wire-speed encryption on all data traffic sent between the centralized host and the user's desktop.
* Seamless integration into existing IT environment with no drivers required and no impact on the host operating system.
* Unlimited desktop performance scalability as PC-over-IP technology is independent of host CPU or graphics processing.
* Complete Operating System and application independence.

Stick the x1 PCIe host card into your primary PC. Then connect the thin client portal to the network. I wonder what the response time and performance is like. Can your virtualize a gaming rig?
Edited by DuckieHo - 12/24/08 at 11:35am
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since when is this new?

no company uses this service just because of high internet usage and an incredible amount of encryption.
    
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since when is this new?

no company uses this service just because of high internet usage and an incredible amount of encryption.
The tech is about 1yr old but this is first time I've seen it sold retail.
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sweet. id just have to turn on mah big PC and game on my lappy, i wouldnt have to buy a high res monitor anymore =D
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Yeah, this would be interesting if later you could just use your home PC to run Crysis, and have a laptop just like stream it all in.

Would that be possible, though? Wouldn't the bandwidth usage be insane?
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The bandwidth is not as much a problem as is the latency really. You'd have to have a high quality connection and be within about 100 miles of the server to net anything below 10ms.
    
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I highly doubt this will work with gaming, the bandwidth would be too low for the graphics.

I have seen this done with little Terminals all over the place at my work, but never for high-performance, latency sensitive applications.

I think it kind of defeats the purpose though, you either want a little terminal you can just throw away or RMA, or you want a desktop, never a big expensive desktop that is a big terminal. (especially desktop new enough to have PCI-E)

NVM these are glorified terminals.
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aka Cloud Computing?
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Umm isn't this just terminal computing ala the 70's?

Original computers were immensely expensive and so it made sense to have the computation centralized while allowing people to remotely log in.

Maybe I missed something...
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aka Cloud Computing?
Cloud computing is done over the internet, this done over the LAN.
    
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