LG Electronics, Imprivata to Provide 'No Click Access' for Zero Clients in Healthcare
Aug 26, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
LG Electronics has joined forces with Imprivata, a provider of healthcare IT security solutions, to leverage the power of cloud computing for an effective means of improving clinical workflow and lowering energy consumption.
According to a release, LG will showcase its V-Series zero client systems integrated with Imprivata OneSign authentication management at the VMworld 2013 virtualization and cloud computing conference in San Francisco. Optimized for the healthcare industry, LG's V-Series monitor- and box-type models take desktop virtualization to the next level for the healthcare industry, according to LG and Imprivata executives.
"Complementing LG's powerful V-Series, Imprivata's healthcare solution creates the perfect tool for the busy, modern healthcare environment," said Hyoungsei Park, head of the LG Electronics IT division. "Integrated with Imprivata One-Sign, the LG V-Series saves providers money and makes life more convenient for hospital and clinic staff. Our zero client solutions will help to improve the overall quality of patient care via convenience- and productivity-enhancing features. With LG, it's all possible."
"The combination of LG desktop virtualization and Imprivata OneSign delivers fast, secure No Click Access to clinical applications for healthcare providers at the point of care," said Meinhard Ullrich, director of business development at Imprivata. "As organizations continue to adopt desktop virtualization, we're seeing increasing demand for zero client endpoint devices, and we look forward to working with LG to helping customers simplify technology for clinicians to enable better focus on patient care."
Zero Client Powered by Fast, Energy Efficient Tera2
LG's V-Series zero client systems employ a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) that operates on VMware. Each model incorporates a Teradici Tera2 chipset that helps reduce energy consumption by operating at a low wattage.
At under 6W of typical system power, Tera2 dual display zero clients consume half the power of the previous generation, the Tera1 chipset. Additionally, with the advanced Tera2321 chip, the LG V-Series has up to five times the VDI pixel performance over the previous generation. Faster processing speeds result in enhanced multimedia capabilities, including smoother video playback. The Tera2 also supports speedy, energy-efficient DDR3 RAM, further improving video quality and designed to help enhance the overall user experience.
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