Sears, one of the largest retail chains in the US, is trading in its existing PCs for more than 2,500 Boundless network computers.
The US equivalent of Marks & Spencer has placed an order for a mixed bag of token ring and ethernet machines for its branches across the US.
The Boundless machines selected are low-cost thin clients that enable users to access Windows applications without the need for software on the client.
Oscar Smith, president of UCSI, a division of Boundless, said: "We provided Sears with a proof of concept and resolved issues related to integration with, and migration from, their existing system."
Boundless is at www.boundless.com.
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