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Release date- 30052014 -
The event, which starts
'AMI has long been known as a global leader in computer BIOS. While our innovation in BIOS continues, this year our Computex presence focuses on our diverse lineup of other industry leading products,' said
Some of the solutions to be showcased at Computex are:
SnapVDI - featuring all the components necessary to remotely configure, deploy and manage a complete VDI solution with high-fidelity user experience and patent-pending SPARK Intelligent VDI Accelerator technology.
XMS - a complete management solution for collaborative management of your network attached devices from hardware to application level. XMS, with its plugins, can be used to manage your IPMI devices, Operating Systems, Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) devices,
SP-X - powerful server management solution composed of firmware and software components based on industry standards like IPMI 2.0, SMASH, Serial over LAN and key serviceability features like remote presence, CIM profiles and advanced automation.
digbil - a first of its kind, cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) solution for deploying and managing digital signs around the world from a Web browser. With applications across retail, quick service restaurants, and entertainment industries, digbil enables customers to seamlessly scale and administer tens of thousands of digital signs from anywhere with an Internet connection.
DuOS - a revolutionary new concept that brings the functionality, depth and fun of the Android experience to
AMI's booth is #M-1233A located on the fourth floor of the Nangang Exhibition Center. Knowledgeable representatives from each of AMI's product lines will be on hand to answer questions.
About AMI : Founded in 1985 and known worldwide for AMIBIOS,
For more information on AMI, its products or services, call 1-800-U-BUY-AMI or visit www.ami.com.
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