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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Access Remote USB Devices Everywhere: We Mean Everywhere!

    Usually, when one needs to use any USB device (like scanner, flash-memory, etc) they plug it into USB port of their computer. But for all that, the device is accessible only for the computer it is plugged into. And what if someone else needs to use the same USB device?...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Remote Desktop

    While working in remote desktop session, one needs access to their local USB devices. One can easily redirect disk drive or a printer into remote session. But all the rest of your USB devices can't be redirected just as easily. Unfortunately there is no standard way to make local USB...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Thin Clients

    Usually USB devices connected to a Thin Client can be used in a local session only. If a device were accessible from remote session, it would give a range of unbelievable advantages and would open new boundless opportunities. Unfortunately there is no standard way to accomplish it. A local device...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Blade Servers

    Using Blade Servers can considerably save money on hardware but here some problems arise. One of them is that it is completely impossible to work with USB devices. Blade computers can share networking, storage, power, cooling but not the USB. Blade Server manufacturers did not provide any solution to share...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    USB for Virtual Environment

    USB for Virtual Environment offers powerful opportunities to deliver and manage local USB devices in a virtual session. With its exceptional simplicity it will rapidly configure and deploy any USB device. Designed for Windows and Linux OS and ensuring broad device compatibility, USB for Virtual Environment is VMware, VMware ESX,...

    Provided By FabulaTech

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Access Remote USB Devices Everywhere: We Mean Everywhere!

    Usually, when one needs to use any USB device (like scanner, flash-memory, etc) they plug it into USB port of their computer. But for all that, the device is accessible only for the computer it is plugged into. And what if someone else needs to use the same USB device?...

    Provided By FabulaTech

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Remote Desktop

    While working in remote desktop session, one needs access to their local USB devices. One can easily redirect disk drive or a printer into remote session. But all the rest of your USB devices can't be redirected just as easily. Unfortunately there is no standard way to make local USB...

    Provided By FabulaTech

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Thin Clients

    Usually USB devices connected to a Thin Client can be used in a local session only. If a device were accessible from remote session, it would give a range of unbelievable advantages and would open new boundless opportunities. Unfortunately there is no standard way to accomplish it. A local device...

    Provided By FabulaTech

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    USB for Blade Servers

    Using Blade Servers can considerably save money on hardware but here some problems arise. One of them is that it is completely impossible to work with USB devices. Blade computers can share networking, storage, power, cooling but not the USB. Blade Server manufacturers did not provide any solution to share...

    Provided By FabulaTech

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    USB for Virtual Environment

    USB for Virtual Environment offers powerful opportunities to deliver and manage local USB devices in a virtual session. With its exceptional simplicity it will rapidly configure and deploy any USB device. Designed for Windows and Linux OS and ensuring broad device compatibility, USB for Virtual Environment is VMware, VMware ESX,...

    Provided By FabulaTech