Housing New Zealand is understood to be undertaking a thin client rollout over its offices.
The project will take place over the next six months and will use Network Computing Device's desktops, plus the company's existing workstations.
Citrix Systems, which provides the Network Computing Device, will also supply multi-user NT servers, .
Citrix's WinFrame multiuser application server software and ICA thin-client/server computing technology is designed to let business-critical applications be deployed over heterogenous computing environments - from high-end workstations to network computers (NCs) - and over wide areas by remote users.
WinFrame has gained a following, especially among systems integrators looking to set up Windows NT-based systems for remote users on NCs. WinFrame with ICA lets users run NT and host-based applications from thin clients.