Atrust Announces Exhibit at vForum 2014 Tokyo

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Atrust Computer Corp., the leading thin client computing and server manufacturer, today announces that it will feature an exhibit at vForum 2014. This event takes place in Tokyo, Japan on November 5th-6th, 2014.

Atrust Advanced Portable Mobile Devices

Atrust proudly presents Atrust mt180 series. The x86-based mobile thin clients adopt faster processors, users like office workers can enjoy smooth video playback with these light and fast accessible mobile devices. They are optimized for industry-recognized protocols including Citrix® ICA/HDX™, Microsoft® RDP™ with RemoteFX™, and VMware® Horizon View™.

Atrust mt180L, with the latest Intel® Bay Trail dual core processor, 2GB DRAM and 4GB flash memory, allows for quiet and cool operation, along with quick access to shared data, all within an enterprise-level secure environment. Packed with strong performance, powerful graphics and dynamic Linux® environment, mt180L delivers mobile workers a highly secure and reliable platform while on the go.

Atrust mt180W, on the other hand, is also equipped with the same powerful processor and 2GB DRAM, but with 8GB flash memory. mt180W provides users a smooth action and responsive mobile device in a familiar Windows® environment. mt180W also offers astonishing visual experience with its diagonal 14-inch LED display. 802.11a/b/g/n is provided for wireless connection. Customers can now experience an easy access to the cloud any time anywhere in a protected network.

Experience quick access to critical data with multiple security features with Atrust A66. This pioneering ARM-based all-in-one thin client with latest technology is designed for a small desktop footprint while it still offers comfortable visual experience with a 21.5-inch diagonal LED display. Built with Freescale ARM® quad core CPU, Atrust A66 brings fast connection and data safety, with a durable and reliable design. Maximize available workspace by placing A66 anywhere you need for a virtual deployment.

Atrust t66, the standalone edition of the Atrust 66 series, allows fast and secure connections within short time. Packed with 1GB DRAM and 4GB flash memory and up to 1920 by 1200 HD resolutions display support, Atrust t66 offers a fast access experience in a virtualized desktop environment.

The server will be presented at the event is Atrust s101A. This new generation mini server creates outstanding value in a small dimension. Designed especially for VMware based-networks, s101A features the latest Intel® Haswell quad core or dual core processors, up to 32GB DDR3 RAM, as well as dual LAN, to ensure smooth operation in various environments.

PCoIP Zero Client at the Show

Atrust w100, powered by Teradici® Tera2321 processor, is with hardware accelerated PCoIP support. w100, the standalone zero client, is packed into a compact unit featuring no local memory and offering a rich desktop experience in VMware based-networks. Tied with VMware® Horizon View™ technology, w100 enables high performance and zero management with low power consumption and noise.

Products presented in this year’s event realize Atrust’s goal to support business users, especially small and medium businesses who are looking for an efficient way of virtualization initiative, by maximizing return on investment and minimizing costs for IT virtualization.

Visit Atrust

Visit Atrust to have hands on with its latest products at booth #57. For anyone who would like to arrange a one on one consultation, please contact Atrust at sales-jp(at)atrustcorp(dot)com. You are also welcome to visit to understand more about Atrust and its products.

About Atrust:
Established in 2007, Atrust is a creative, professional, and enthusiastic team which has rich experience in designing, producing Thin Client, Zero Client, Server and Management Software. The objectives of Atrust are to provide customers with high quality, high efficiency and environmental friendly products as well as comprehensive solutions. For more information on Atrust is available on

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