LG Unveils Thin Client Workstations at VMware Explore

LG Business Solutions USA introduced this week at VMWare Explore 2023 in Las Vegas its 2023 CQ series of thin clients designed to deliver long product life, advanced security, powerful performance, seamless connectivity and significant power savings that can increase efficiency and productivity in addition to simplifying expansion.

According to Phillip Johnson, IT Sales Director at LG Business Solutions USA, the upgraded series leverages the latest Intel processors, more powerful wireless protocols and the newest operating systems to deliver greater speed and connectivity for fast-paced work environments.

“With the new 2023 lineup of thin client workstations, businesses can benefit from the latest computing innovations and standards that help employees work faster while maintaining the high level of data security and flexibility inherent to all of LG’s cloud-based devices and solutions,” Johnson said. “By moving the main processing and storage to the cloud, workstation power usage can be reduced, and costs can be cut even further, thanks to the longer product life spans enabled by the elimination of moving parts.”

With 15 new SKUs available immediately for ordering, businesses can find what they want, including All-in-One and box-type thin clients running Windows 10 IoT Enterprise or a Linux-based OS. Non-OS options also are available.

Also at VMware, LG featured its 24-inch All-in-One Devices (24CQ650N Series) and Desktop thin clients (CQ601 Series) from the refreshed product line.

The various models offer up to 8GB of DDR4 RAM, and either 16GB of eMMC storage or 256 GB of SSD storage. Featuring the latest Intel Pentium N6005 Quad Core 2.0GHz with burst speeds up to 3.3GHz and Celeron N5105 Quad Core 2.0GHz processors with burst speeds up to 2.9GHz, the models support efficient multi-tasking and help workers power through projects using today’s latest applications such as unified communication.

Since data are stored in the data center, and not at the individual workstation, cloud networks inherently provide more robust security than traditional PC setups and reduce the opportunities for network intrusions.

Cloud computing also simplifies rapid deployments to aid growing enterprises, enhancing flexibility and greatly reducing the burden on IT compared to traditional internal networks with full PC workstations.

In addition to the new CQ series, LG has debuted a 24-inch All-in-One thin client for Healthcare (model 24CR670N). This thin client offers healthcare facilities an endpoint that delivers reliable performance, strong data protection and a secure virtual desktop experience that is easy to implement and manage. Ideal for shift work, the device’s RFID module allows multiple staff members to log onto the device and use it as a personalized thin client.

Designed with user comfort in mind, the 24-inch Full HD IPS Display produces clear images, improving readability and reducing eye fatigue. Its ergonomic stand allows tilt, height, and swivel adjustments for a better viewing position. Additionally, the device’s white-color design makes dust and blood stand out for easy cleaning to ensure the safety of both patients and healthcare professionals.

To learn more about how the LG cloud devices can help ensure business success, click here.