The NComputing MX-series is our latest 3-user thin client kit that changes the game for affordable and green computing. It is a desktop virtualization solution comprising of vSpace Server software and MX-series thin client access devices.
The MX-series rewrites new affordability standards in shared computing by slashing as much as 65% in acquisition cost, 80% in maintenance cost and 90% in energy cost when compared to an all PC-based solution. Made possible by the MX-series’ simplicity, high performance, manageability, security and low cost.
The MX-series combines the best features of NComputing’s widely popular M-series and X-series with the support of a LAN-based or direct connection-based virtual desktop deployment, with enhanced multimedia performance, superior graphics and support for the Gigabit network.
The green advantage of MX100 helps organizations pursue their missions, with effective IT solutions, while at the same lessening their environmental impact.
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Simple, Powerful & Affordable
The MX-series is the benchmark for a low cost, simple, powerful and affordable PC Expansion alternative. As the industry's premier 3-in-1 thin client offering, the MX-series delivers a high-quality, media-rich Windows desktop experience to 3-users. Architected as an end-to-end solution and built to be simple to deploy, operate and maintain; the hardware, software and protocol components work seamlessly to provide the ultimate user experience. The effectiveness of the solution ensures that users are unaware that their desktop is running from a single computer and the whole solution can be managed by users with only basic IT computer skills.
- Slash acquisition cost by 65%, maintenance cost by 80% and energy cost by 90% (compared to an all PC solution)
- Deliver up to 70% saving in TCO over 5 years
- Extend your desktop refresh periods by a factor of two
- One MX100 kit supports 3-users and costs less than a single PC
- Fewer PCs to manage equals lower computing costs per user
- Better utilization of IT resources
- NComputing's lowest cost per seat thin client offering
- Rich Windows PC experience:
- Full screen Windows desktops
- Supports HD Multimedia
- USB peripheral support
- Simple to deploy, maintain and manage
- Centralized management of hosted Windows desktops
- All users benefit from performance, application and security updates simultaneously
- Integrated messaging features
- Integrated desktop monitoring
- Flexibility in deployment options (LAN vs Direct Connect
- Consumes less power (2W per user, typical)
- Generates less heat
- Lasting and durable
- Produces less eWaste
The MX-series is available as either the MX100D or MX100S. Both are compatible with NComputing vSpace Server 8.4 and vSpace Pro. MX100S is compatible with vSpace for Linux.
|Direct connect to host computer via PCIe card (included)|
|Connect to host computer over an existing network (LAN)|
|NComputing's lowest cost/seat thin client|
|3-users per kit|
|Device management included|
|Simple to deploy, use and manage|
MX100D: Direct connect to the host computer via PCIe card (included)
This allows 3 users, and is expandable to 9 users by adding up to two additional MX100S kits (not included) without the need for a LAN.
MX100S: Connect to the host computer via LAN.
Using your existing LAN, 3 users can connect to the vSpace Server through a single network connection.
Feature comparison & FAQ
See how the MX-series compares to our popular legacy products.
Connection method to host:
|PCI card (full-height)|
|PCIe card (low-profile)|
Maximum distance to host:
|One open USB 2.0 port per station|
|8-bit stereo (AM quality)|
|16-bit stereo (CD quality)|
Maximum screen resolution:
|1400 x 900|
|1920 x 1080|
|Max users per vSpace Server||11 1||46 2||46 3||19 4|
1. 11 (5 users x 2 cards + host)↩
2. 46 (15 M300 kits x 3 users + host)↩
3. 46 (15 MX kits x 3 users + host)↩
4. 19 (6 MX kits x 3 users + host)↩
|PoE (Power over ethernet)|
|Low power usage (1-2W)|
How many users can each MX100 kit support?
What’s versions of vSpace Server software support the MX100?
What’s the difference between the MX100D and the MX100S?
The MX100S Standard Edition uses a standard Local Area Network to communicate with a vSpace Server. It is designed for use with an existing Local Area Network infrastructure, enabling the MX100 access devices to be located anywhere on the LAN, giving the option to use the devices at much greater distances from the vSpace Server host computer when compared to the MX100D Direct Connect Edition. The MX100S Standard Edition kit can also be used in conjunction with a MX100D Direct Connection Edition to add support for an additional 3-users to the MX100D.
How many MX100D users can be supported by a single vSpace Server host computer?
Each MX100D Direct Connection Edition kit requires an available PCIe x1 slot in the vSpace Server host computer. The MX100D is a 3-user kit that can support up to 9-users by purchasing additional MX100S Standard Edition kits. Each MX100S kit will support up an additional 3-users. A maximum of two MX100S kits can be used with each MX100D for a maximum of 9-users.
For general office productivity computing needs, NComputing recommends 1GHz of CPU performance and 2GB DRAM for each user. Using these parameters, a single quad-core CPU clocked at 3.0GHz with 24GB DRAM can support up to 12 users and provide sufficient headroom to support a MX100D configured to support 9-users.
How many MX100S users can be supported by a single vSpace Server host computer?
For general office productivity computing needs, NComputing recommends 1GHz of CPU performance and 2GB DRAM for each user. Using these parameters, a single quad-core CPU clocked at 3.0GHz with 24GB DRAM can support up to 12 users.
Why isn’t there a power adapter included with the MX100D Direct Connect Editions?
The MX100-PCIe card that is included with each MX100D Direct Connect Edition kit provides power to the MX100 devices. It is important to ensure that the host computers PCIe slot and power supply can provide a minimum of 30W.