Plastic Logic and what could be the ultimate thin client

February 10, 2009
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I’ve written a bit here about new display technologies that are so thin they are disruptive to our current way of work. In October 2007 I wrote “Enterprise Requirements Come From Hollywood” where OLED (organic light emitting diode) TV’s were discussed.   I mentioned the fact that once again Hollywood got it right first, with superthin displays in sci-fi and fantasy movies helping to drive user expectations and requirements.  I’ve also written about thin clients, especially the game-changing infrastructure components for thin clients from Sun Microsystems.  The servers supporting thin clients provide dramatic positive benefits for any IT enterprise.  And in January 2009 I wrote: Flexible computers will arrive in production this year for early adopters and many CTOs will use them in labs to assess applicability for massive deployment in the coming years.   These flexible computers are the ultimate thin clients.   Backends/servers/architectures developed for the cloud perfectly suit ultra thin, flexible computing devices. For more on this hot topic, start at the site of the Flexible Display Center at ASU. One company poised to take…

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I’ve written a bit here about new display technologies that are so thin they are disruptive to our current way of work. In October 2007 I wrote “Enterprise Requirements Come From Hollywood” where OLED (organic light emitting diode) TV’s were discussed.   I mentioned the fact that once again Hollywood got it right first, with superthin displays in sci-fi and fantasy movies helping to drive user expectations and requirements.  I’ve also written about thin clients, especially the game-changing infrastructure components for thin clients from Sun Microsystems.  The servers supporting thin clients provide dramatic positive benefits for any IT enterprise.  And in January 2009 I wrote: Flexible computers will arrive in production this year for early adopters and many CTOs will use them in labs to assess applicability for massive deployment in the coming years.   These flexible computers are the ultimate thin clients.   Backends/servers/architectures developed for the cloud perfectly suit ultra thin, flexible computing devices. For more on this hot topic, start at the site of the Flexible Display Center at ASU. One company poised to take…

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