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Old May 4, 2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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AMD AMD Demonstrates PC over IP with FirePro RG220

Remote working with the full GPU and CPU power, and dual display, of a high-power workstation is demostrated using AMD's FirePro RG220 graphics card and a 'thin client' PCoIP console.


The ATI FirePro™ RG220 is an integrated graphics card that includes display compression and IP transmission. It compresses dual-display graphic data at the host and outputs it over a regular IP network to a remote thin client device.1

For CAD, digital content creators and financial services users, it provides a true PC experience with full multi-monitor 3D and video support. For IT managers, it helps safeguard high-value IP created on workstations with data protection for transactions, while helping reduce high power costs and power demands for end user locations


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While this is interesting it is far from new, the concept of the "dumb" terminal has been around for a long time. As near as I can see all they have done is up the graphics power.

In fact can this even be called a dumb terminal since it is in essence just a remote PC use?
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Mitch Furman, senior product manager, Professional Graphics at AMD, has posted a blog that the RG220 is now available with a active cooling solution:

Having worked for AMD for more than seven years, I’ve spent a significant amount of time with customers. Trying to better understand their needs and feature requirements, and incorporating my findings into future product roadmaps. Back in early 2010 we began to see increased interest in remote graphics solutions. IT managers were looking to replace existing desktop workstations with energy-efficient thin-client solutions.

The ATI FirePro RG220 was the only child in the AMD FirePro™ remote graphics family until today. In recent months customers expressed interest in deploying the ATI FirePro RG220 in smaller form factors with harsh environments. We heard them loud and clear again and today we’re pleased to announce the latest addition to the family. New AMD FirePro™ RG220A remote graphics feature the same multi-monitor support, energy efficiency and graphics compression and transmission capabilities as the ATI FirePro RG220 but it’s actively cooled. Featuring a variable speed fan that adjusts to speed up the exchange of air heated by computer parts, AMD FirePro RG220A remote graphics are ideal for small form factor deployments with harsh environments: compact spaces, multiple components and higher ambient temperatures.



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