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Userful to Demo Thin Client Alternative at Cebit 2012

Userful MultiSeat enables schools and businesses to deploy three to four times as many computer users for the same cost. The HP t200 provides the capability to connect multiple stations to a single host PC such as the HP ms6200 directly over USB for close proximity computing environments without the need for a LAN, or install computer stations in multiple rooms using a single host PC with each station connected over Ethernet. Userful MultiSeat also supports most zero clients. The new product truly redefines the cost of a full-featured high-performance computer.

"This year Cebit's partner country is Brazil," said Tim Griffin, President of Userful. "We've already successfully deployed over 500,000 Userful zero client stations to schools in every municipality of Brazil, and the Brazilian Ministry of Education has reported saving 60% in up-front costs, and 80% in annual power savings as compared to their previous PC-per-station solutions."

Ministries of education and businesses are eligible for a free 90 day pilot to easily experience first hand the high performance, and ease of use of the solution.

To arrange a demo, meeting, or interview at Cebit, please e-mail [email protected]

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About Userful:

Userful Corporation is the global leader in cloud managed Linux desktop virtualization and zero clients for schools and businesses. Userful provides the software that powers the world's largest Linux virtual desktop and zero client deployments, and has sold more than 800,000 MultiSeat desktops in over 100 countries. Userful focuses exclusively on Linux, and is the foremost expert in Linux shared computing with more than 10 years experience in MultiSeat. Userful is headquartered in Calgary, Canada, with offices and partners around the world. The company's software which turns one computer into many lowers desktop computing costs, improves manageability, and reduces both electricity consumption and e-waste. More information about Userful is available at:

HP™ is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. Userful MultiSeat™ is a trademark of Userful Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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