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Solution Brief

Security & Surveillance thru Multi-Screen VDI

Quad-Output Thin Clients

What you'll need
  • Virtual desktop environment based on Microsoft VDI, Citrix Xen Desktop or Xen App
  • High performance thin client with quad-core CPU, and four video outputs, such as: ViewSonic SC-T47 with RemoteFX support and Citrix HDX Premium certification
  • Four 1080p or WUXGA digital displays

Virtualized desktops clearly offer an outstanding solution for many business use cases, delivering reduced costs, centralized management and greater data security. You’re looking to bring similar efficiencies to your networked security and surveillance systems. Is there a VDI client that delivers the power and multi-monitor support needed for this type of environment?


These types of VDI installations call for a robust thin client plus video management software and attached network storage for video recording. Designed to support particularly demanding VDI environments, the ViewSonic® SC-T47 discrete thin client delivers the powerful PC-like performance and quad video output needed for effective security and surveillance systems. Built around the powerful Intel Bay Trail J1900 CPU with Windows® 8 Embedded Standard OS, the SC-T47 has the horsepower to handle the highest demands of both virtual and local processing, including the most graphic-intensive 2D/3D applications. Quad video outputs enable connectivity for up to four 1080p (or 1920 x 1200) displays – delivering an expansive view along with reliable performance and a space- and power- saving design. Optimized for Microsoft® RDP with RemoteFXTM and Citrix® HDX Premium certified, the SC-T47 integrates seamlessly into these environments and provides the flexibility to meet your evolving needs. The included ViewSonic Device Manager software makes it easy to centrally control up to thousands of deployed devices, providing better management of software license renewals, compliance and security than possible with traditional PCs.