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Wyse Showcasing Innovative Cloud Client Computing Solutions at Cisco Live 2012 Australia
SAN JOSE, CA and MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - 
03/20/2012

Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, today announced that Wyse will be exhibiting and demonstrating its broad portfolio and end-to-end solutions at Cisco Live 2012 in Australia, booth WE15.  The event runs from Tuesday, March 20th to Friday, March 23rd 2012 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre in Australia. 

During the show, Wyse is featuring how its cloud, virtualization and management software suites deliver any type of content to any user on any device, including its thin, zero and cloud PC clients. 

For the first time in this region, the newly released ARM SoC-based Wyse T10 is being demonstrated running Citrix XenDesktop at Cisco Live.  The Wyse T10 delivers a new level of performance in an affordable thin client and features the incredibly fast and secure Wyse ThinOS firmware.  Using only 7 watts of power in full operation, the Wyse T10 creates very little heat for a greener, more comfortable working environment.  Booth demonstrations also include the Wyse Z90DE7, Wyse’s flagship thin client  delivering incredible performance and expandability for demanding applications, including rich graphics, and HD video, and the Wyse X90m7 mobile thin client power house with dual-core high-performance CPU and memory systems.

Wyse is also demonstrating its new Wyse Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) SaaS solution. With Wyse EMM, organizations can cost-effectively deploy and embrace new mobile devices in the enterprise with the highest level of security, all integrated into their current cloud client computing strategies.  Utilizing the popular Wyse PocketCloud applications, Wyse is demonstrating content management from the cloud, supported by smartphones and tablets based on Android and the Apple iPad and iPhone family.  All of the Wyse solutions are being demonstrated working with either VMware View or Citrix XenDesktop infrastructure.