The RX-HDX thin client is built based on the latest Raspberry Pi 3 with fully optimized Citrix HDX Ready integration for compelling performance. Supercharged with NoTouch OS for Raspberry Pi and with integrated enterprise-grade Device Management Software powered by Stratodesk, built-in Ethernet & WiFi, and optional dual monitor support, the RX-HDX delivers a high-performance and purpose-built desktop virtualization solution for Citrix enterprise customers. For organizations looking to broaden their commitments to Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp, the new NComputing RX-HDX thin clients for Citrix HDX deliver 100% of the HDX experience at a fraction of the cost of PCs or other thin clients.
Optimized For Citrix HDX
The RX-HDX is fully optimized for Citrix HDX Ready integration delivering a low-cost and powerful desktop virtualization solution for enterprises. Powered by the latest Raspberry Pi 3 platform with quadcore Broadcom 2837 SoC, RX-HDX provides the full HD multimedia capabilities demanded by knowledge works and in other demanding environments using less than 5 watts of power.
The RX-HDX thin client incorporates full client-side rendering for efficient playback of video content and uses server-side rendering for flash video playback with resolutions up to 1920×1200.
Integrated Enterprise-level Management
The RX-HDX integrates enterprise-grade device management software , developed by Stratodesk specifically with enterprise customers in mind, providing a highly scalable, flexible and easy-to-use single management point for RX-HDX devices.
Organize deployments in single or multiple sites with one software solution that simplifies management tasks including firmware updates, configuration changes, device resets and more. By allowing administrators to access and manage all RX-HDX devices from a single location, regardless of the size or number of deployment sites, we dramatically reduce the administrative overhead needed to maintain and control their environment.
Broad USB Peripheral Support
RX-HDX allows transparent redirection of USB peripheral devices including mass storage, printers, scanners, smart card readers, headsets or speakers, webcams, COM ports, and 3D mice in addition to the standard keyboard and mouse. Network-connected printers can also be redirected to Citrix sessions.