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The Everest E2000 Windows Thin Client

The Everest E2000 from Glacier Computer now provides an optional Windows CE Thin Client. The Windows CE Thin Client is a minimal version of Microsoft Windows CE that includes the catalog items necessary to support a remote desktop device β€” including a constrained shell and Microsoft RDP.

The Everest E2000 from Glacier Computer now provides an optional Windows CE Thin Client. The Windows CE Thin Client is a minimal version of Microsoft Windows CE that includes the catalog items necessary to support a remote desktop device β€” including a constrained shell and Microsoft RDP.The Everest E2000 from Glacier Computer now provides an optional Windows CE Thin Client. The Windows CE Thin Client is a minimal version of Microsoft Windows CE that includes the catalog items necessary to support a remote desktop device β€” including a constrained shell and Microsoft RDP. Additional features include:  

  • A remote terminal that hosts client-side connections to a remote terminal server, including Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol and a web browser.
  • Two-way communication between a terminal server and the Everest.
  • The ability to run the full version of Windows CE 6.0.
  • A design fit for fixed-mount industrial applications. 
  • Vehicle mount terminals, including the E5000/E4000 and E2000, that are engineered to withstand extreme vibration, shock, and moisture.
  • A custom onboard diagnostic and configuration utility.
  •  β€œFlight recorder”-like data and real-time access to key statistics such as processor temperature, reboots, etc. 
  • Function buttons that can program frequently used tools into one-touch availability, thereby extending the life of the touchscreen.
  • A12 to 48 V isolated internal power supply.
  • Multiple standard I/O, USB 2.0, internal 1 hour smart UPS and multiple expansion slots.
  • 802.11a/b/g LAN, WAN, and GPS options. 
  • HALT tested β€” passed thermal and reliability testing.
  • An MTBF of nearly 40,000 hours. 

For more information, visit www.glaciercomputer.com.

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