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Trusted Thin Client®

Trusted Thin Client®

Secure network and application access

Trusted Thin Client® provides users with secure simultaneous access to information on any number of networks from a single thin client. Designed for enterprise deployments, Trusted Thin Client provides administrators with centralized management and monitoring, scalability to easily add networks and clients, and the flexibility to enable users in offices, in-theater, and in the field.

An independent Trusted Thin Client study conducted on an intelligence agency customer demonstrated a 54% return on investment over a 6.2 month payback period by significantly reducing hardware, infrastructure, support costs and power usage.

Features and Benefits

  • Included in the Unified Cross Domain Services Management Office (UCDSMO) Baseline List
  • Evaluated for operation at Protection Level 4 (PL4)
  • Data is not stored locally so it cannot be copied to an external device or transferred
  • Consolidates the user environment; eliminates the need for multiple desktops
  • Integrates with common virtualization and consolidation technologies – Citrix®, Microsoft®, VMware®, and Virtual Bridges VERDE™
  • Single wire to the desktop
  • Centralized enterprise support from the Distribution Console or Distribution Console clusters
  • Support for expandable network connections from the Distribution Console
  • Scalable with failover
  • Substantial savings in cost, space, power, and cooling
  • Streamlines administration while increasing enterprise data security


Trusted Thin Client Datasheet PDF

Distribution Console Spanning Datasheet PDF

AU NGD Case Study PDF

Center for Army Analysis Case Study PDF

Intelligence Community Case Study PDF

Total Economic Impact Study


Air Force
  • Central Command (AFCENT)
  • Space Command (AFSPC)
  • Center for Army Analysis (CAA)
  • Joint Training Counter-IED Operations
  • Space and Naval Warefare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
Department of Defense
  • Missile Defense Agency (MDA)- US
  • Department of Defence - Australia
  • Missile Defense Agency (MDA)- US
  • Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) - US
  • US Africa Command (AFRICOM) - US
Intelligence Community (IC)
  • Intelligence Agencies within the US and Five-Eyes Nations