At Citrix Synergy 2010 Wyse Technology (http://www.wyse.com) revealed the Wyse Zero engine. It’s software designed to simplify the development of cloud connected devices.
Wyse Zero, which connects users to cloud computing services and virtual desktops with communications and protocol technology, is already in use in millions of devices, including thin clients, handheld smart devices, and zero clients. Specifically, the Wyse Zero engine is currently powering all devices that are utilizing Wyse ThinOS, all implementations of Wyse PocketCloud and
For current users of Wyse ThinOS — the optimized, “management-free” solution for Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft Terminal Server and VMware View virtual desktop environments, Wyse Zero ensures that every Wyse thin client delivers flexible and secure user access, boots-up in seconds, updates itself automatically, and delivers IT managers with simple, scalable administration to suit their organization’s needs; all while featuring an unpublished API that delivers built-in protection from viruses and malware, according to Wyse Chief Technical Officer Curt Schwebke.
For users of Wyse PocketCloud on Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Wyse Zero functionality expands the end user browsing capability to include Adobe Flash support, for example, by intelligently using cloud resources, he adds. Announced Wednesday in conjunction with Citrix Synergy 2010, Wyse Xenith will also capitalize on the Wyse Zero engine. This technology foundation completely eliminates the management and security issues associated with traditional clients, while ensuring a high-definition HDX user experience, says Schwebke.