NComputing to Showcase Affordable Computing Solutions that enable setting up Computer Labs at of the Cost at WORLD DIDAC India 2015

With 2 crore daily users, these greenest and most affordable computing solutions allow users to run 10, 20, 30 or even 100 users per CPU.

NComputing Inc., the leader in providing education solutions, today announced that the company would showcase their revolutionary stack of Desktop Virtualization solutions during the WORLD DIDAC INDIA 2015. Being used by over 2 crore daily users, the solutions allow educational institutions, training institutions and organizations to setup the most economical, energy-efficient and eco-friendly IT infrastructure whereby they can save 75% on hardware and maintenance costs, and 90% on electricity cost.

WORLD DIDAC INDIA 2015, which is being held from September 9th – 11th, 2015 at BIEC Bengaluru,, is the country’s largest and the only event for educational supplies, training, technology and didactic material where education and training professionals from all parts of the globe can see, evaluate and purchase a comprehensive range of educational and training products and services. The event will bring together influential leaders, eminent educationists and other key stakeholders to create an unparalleled platform for exchange of dialogues on implementation of policies, adopting technology and new growth drivers that are revolutionizing the education and the training sector in India and around the world.

At the Expo, NComputing would showcase its unique range of products that cater to the needs of all types of Educational Institutions, ranging from the X series, M series, L series and N series, offering solutions for different institutions with varying needs and complexity. All these can be seen at booth number H1-H2.

NComputing’s virtual desktop devices redefines what is possible in a thin client. The solution delivers customers an entire setup at less than half the cost, requiring 1/3 the electricity and maintenance cost as compared to other PCs and other thin clients. Each user enjoys their own virtual workspace complete with their own applications, settings, files and preferences providing each user with a rich PC experience.

NComputing solutions take advantage of the fact that today’s PCs are so powerful that the vast majority of users only need less than 10% of the computing capacity. NComputing taps into the remaining unused capacity so that a single PC can be simultaneously shared by multiple users. Customers can now deploy more computing per rupee, spend less on power and facility upgrades, and manage with fewer IT resources .

Monali Handa, Director Marketing, APAC, NComputing, , said “ At DIDAC we would be showcasing an array of affordable computing solutions for the education sector. These solutions have been developed to make computing affordable, so that computing benefits are percolated to millions of students across India. These solutions which are affordable, robust and require less space are extremely beneficial for students and educational institutions that do not have access to computer education due to budget constraints”.

With over 1.4 million deployments across the country, NComputing’s cost effective shared computing technology is already providing desktop computing access to millions of school children throughout major state educational projects across the country. One of the biggest successes that NComputing has accomplished in India has been through its Government school projects in multiple Indian states. Some of the large-scale implementations made by NComputing in India include 60,000 seats in 6000 plus Government schools in Andhra Pradesh; another 60,000 seats in Punjab; 58,500 seats in 2622 government schools of Haryana; 18,000 seats across 1800 learning centers of Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL); 31,000 seats in Employees’ State Insurance Corporation of India(ESIC) across 2210 locations in India, and deployment of many lakh devices in over 70,000 Educational Institution that includes over 50,000 government schools.

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