NComputing’s vSpace for Linux divides a computer’s resources into independent virtual workspaces that give each user their own rich PC experience. vSpace for Linux handles the desktop display and remote activities from the user’s keyboard and mouse (via the virtual desktop) providing large number of users simultaneous access to each server. And, because we design the stack, software, protocol and hardware, only NComputing can deliver a highly optimized, high-performing, end-to-end desktop virtualization solution.

vSpace for Linux (version 4) delivers enhanced performance, expanded manageability and the latest Ubuntu OS to end users. It contains numerous improvements developed for better system manageability, stability, performance and user experience

Desktop virtualization is an efficient, cost-effective alternative for implementing modern desktop computing. With vSpace for Linux, IT managers deliver access to a centralized, managed resource that addresses some of the most challenging issues they face today:

  • Reducing the high cost of purchasing, and the complexity of managing, traditional PCs
  • Enabling mobility to allows users to work from anywhere on any device
  • Simplifying IT management for organizations with fewer IT staff than locations to support
  • Accommodating users who bring their own devices, but require secure, access to the IT resources.

NComputing has created its own optimized and highly efficient User eXperience Protocol (UXP), giving users a full, rich PC experience with the most responsive and interactive streaming video, Flash and graphic intensive content. vSpace for Linux communicates with popular NComputing thin clients including the L-series, M-series and MX-series thin client.

vSpace for Linux includes a local management utility, NC Console, that sets up, configures, and manages shared computers and access devices, and allows the administrator to interact with individual user sessions.

vSpace for Linux manages a wide range of peripherals from speakers and microphones to USB storage devices and printers.