Common DaaS Devices
Enhance your users’ DaaS experience with endpoint clients tailored to support desktop virtualization. Evolve IP’s DaaS solution runs flawlessly on a broad range of clients including thin, zero, HTML5 and mobile devices.
Desktop DaaS / VDI Client
Gain true desktop applications, performance, and security with minimal hardware. Pictured is a Dell OptiPlex FX130 connected to a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speaker bar. Evolve IP’s DaaS solution also runs perfectly on older PCs, laptops, netbooks, and most tablets.
Whether you’re running power-efficient thin client hardware or extending the life of older PCs and laptops, Evolve IP’s DaaS solution delivers power, security, and convenience!
Dell Wyse 5000 Series All-in-One Thin Client
This integrated solution combines the security and easy management of traditional thin clients with the power and performance to deliver high-end graphics and HD multimedia, the Wyse 5000 series is the first all-in-one (AIO) thin client to operate on the ultra-fast, virus-immune ThinOS with a 21.5″ display. Its single cord and out-of-box automatic setup make deployment effortless.
iPad DaaS / VDI Client
Access your desktop on your iPad with the DaaS or VDI client. With a virtual keyboard and virtual touchpad in addition to touch control over the mouse cursor, you can access and control your Windows (pictured) or Linux desktop from your iPad. Run full applications, browse the web, transfer files, and more with your iPad DaaS or VDI client.
Android DaaS / VDI Client
Access your desktop on your Android tablet with the DaaS or VDI client (seen above on a Motorola Xoom tablet). With a virtual keyboard and virtual touchpad in addition to touch control over the mouse cursor, you can access and control your Windows (pictured) or Linux desktop from your Android tablet. Run full applications, browse the web, transfer files and more…
HTML 5.0 Client
An HTML 5 desktop client is a type of remote desktop client that provides the end user with access to their DaaS or VDI desktop through a web browser. While other clients require software to be installed and executed locally to receive and render the remote protocol data, an HTML 5 client is installed on a server and the end user simply visits a web page to access the remote desktop.