ClearCube Technology, a specialist in centralised computing solutions, has launched Sentral 5.0, management software that it says will enable unmatched flexibility and control over centralised computing environments.
Centralised computing is cited by analysts as the fastest growing market in the desktop computing space.
Sentral aims to deliver cost reductions through features such as dynamic resource allocation, virtual desktop management, active health monitoring, blade switching and sparing. The system offers these benefits across platforms, with support for other suppliers’ blade systems as well as virtualised desktops.
It enables wired or wireless user connections between centralised PC blades and remote access devices. ClearCube also supports virtualised desktop computing environments, enabling IT departments to increase the utilisation of their compute resources without affecting the end-user experience.The foundation of Sentral is the Console, a dashboard interface for in-depth management and reporting. Through the Console, IT administrators can view device and session information, monitor performance of all systems, and remotely take control of blades and user sessions. Administrators can use the Custom Views feature to view objects by device type, geographical location or business unit.