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Intel 915G chipset for Fujitsu Siemens

Fujitsu Siemens has introduced its latest Scenic PC models, featuring the Intel 915G Express chipset.

The systems, which primarily target professional users, feature integrated Intel 900 GMA graphics, targeting them squarely at graphic applications in professional environments.

The PCI Express x16 interface aims to ensure that they are geared to future requirements, with manageability and security functions that make them easy to integrate into existing IT infrastructures.

Ergonomics, ease of use and quiet operation are intended to make the Scenic PCs versatile corporate workstations. The Scenic i915G PC lines have been designed for different types of customers, defined by Fujitsu Siemens as the business and premium lines.

The business line is aimed at small and medium-sized companies trying to reduce expenditure, while still having the benefit of state-of-the-art equipment. This range includes the Scenic N320 desktop and Scenic P320 Microtower.

The premium line was designed for large companies trying to reduce IT costs, but still requiring performance beyond that of a standard PC.

The new Scenic PCs include an option for an integrated smartcard reader. In combination with a Pin code and the SecureIT package  the systems are heavily safeguarded.

The ManageIT software suite and the Deskview client management solution administer Scenic PCs in corporate networks. Deskview, based on technologies from Altiris and Fujitsu Siemens, allows customers to centrally manage their client systems. The automated central distribution of applications and operating system software makes PC administration easier, while significantly lowering operating costs. 

Computing SA staff write


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