New thin client accesses Windows and Java apps

Cox, John
July 1997
Network World;07/07/97, Vol. 14 Issue 27, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on HDS Network Systems Inc.'s introduction of its NeoStation thin-client desktop computer. Ability to access server-based Windows applications and Unix; Product size configuration; Packaged options.


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