There are many approaches to desktop virtualization
Most virtualization technologies are expensive to acquire, implement, and maintain. IslandCRM promotes NComputing technology because it is different. NComputing save you money from day one. They desktop virtualization technology allows up to 30 users to simultaneously use a single computer—at a very low cost.

Up to 95% of PC power is wasted
It is all possible because the average PC user only needs about 5 percent of the computer’s capacity. So you can cut your costs (significantly), with products that are extremely easy to use, simple to set up and maintain, and incredibly eco-friendly, too. Plus, NComputing solutions can integrate with other machine virtualization technologies to put hundreds of users on a single server. You can even give each user their own virtual machine in a one-to-one VDI configuration. This flexibility makes it easy for IslandCRM through NComputing to solve your toughest IT challenges whether you’re deploying five seats or over 100,000 seats.

From one, many
Do you have more than one user account on your computer? Maybe there’s a user account for you, a guest, and an administrator. Each person gets their own software, settings, screen colors, and so on, but only one person can use the PC at a time. Until now. NComputing vSpace desktop virtualization software allows multiple user accounts to be used at the same time by efficiently dividing the computer's resources into independent sessions.

How it works
There are three parts to the NComputing solution.

First is the vSpace software, which allows standard Linux and Windows PCs to be shared by multiple simultaneous users. With vSpace, each person runs their own applications, just as if they had their own PC.
Software and updates can be found in our Software Download Center (must be a registered user to access).

Second is the UXP communications protocol. UXP is the method by which the desktop images and audio are sent to the access device and how the keyboard and mouse data is sent back to the PC. UXP is highly efficient, and excels at multimedia and audio/video synchronization.

Third are the access devices. They are inexpensive, small, low-power, reliable, durable boxes. On one side they plug into the users’ peripherals (such as the keyboard, monitor and mouse). On the other side, they connect via cables to the shared PC.

If all of your users are clustered in workgroups and are all close to the shared computers, consider the X-series (lowest cost) or U-series (add one desktop at a time).
If you have users who need to be more than 10 meters away from the shared computer, choose the L-series.

Because NComputing designs all three parts of the solution—the virtualization software, the communications protocol, and the access devices, they are able to deliver the lowest cost and best performance available.

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