HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client comes immune to viruses with power, performance to support four displays

HP Inc. added on Monday to its Zero Client line of products a high performance version designed to protect against security breaches while capable of supporting up to four displays simultaneously. The new book-size, HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client allows customers to multitask across multiple monitors without adding additional components.

The HP Zero Client line has been designed to meet the needs of hospitals, engineering firms, government offices and financial institutions at risk of data breaches by providing computing solutions that have no sensitive data on the devices.

HP Zero Clients require no configuration, have no on-board storage or applications and have boot up speeds of a few seconds. Zero Clients are immune to viruses, decreasing overall downtime of the system and increasing the productivity to the end-user. Instead of an operating system, HP Zero Clients offer a highly-tuned processor designed for the PCoIP protocol. HP remains the fastest growing global provider of zero clients — rising to 45 percent in 2015.

The HP t310 Quad-Display Zero Client offers DisplayPort-enabled multi-display setup to run multiple graphics, modeling, and simulation feeds on two 2560 x 1600 displays or four 1920 x 1200 displays; hassle free security with a Teradici Zero Client that has no operating system and transmits pixels instead of data with ideal performance for high-resolution, full-frame rate 3D graphics and HD streaming media across all displays from the accelerated performance of PCoIP hardware.


The HP t310 also delivers full-blown VDI, video rendering to quad displays with a true driverless and stateless Zero Client. The VMware Horizon 6 gives users an optimized, on-demand, secure virtual workspace for remote desktops, applications, and video streams on a single, efficient platform. Its compatibility with Amazon WorkSpaces enables easy provisioning of cloud-based desktops so clients can have access to their documents, applications and resources.

It also offers support for unified communications (UC) solutions to stay in contact with colleagues, and flexible network connectivity with the standard RJ-45 interface or an optional Fiber Optic network adapter. It comes with four DisplayPort outputs, four USB 2.0, and audio, mic, and speaker jacks.

Users can choose to add an additional layer of security at the point of data entry with the HP USB SmartCard CCID Keyboard, which includes an integrated smart card reader to help simplify access procedures and prevent unauthorized access to PCs and networks.

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