Samsung has expanded its thin client display line the NC220 model that integrates Cisco's Universal Power Over Ethernet (UPOE) system in place of a traditional power supply.
Designed for thin client systems, the 22in display connects with a central server to run a virtualised PC instance. Thin client platforms have arisen in recent years as an option for cutting IT hardware costs and energy consumption.
Samsung unveiled its first thin client display in 2009, a 19in screen which connected directly to a server without the need for additional client hardware.
Power-over-ethernet displays have been available for some time, but Samsung said that the NC220 is the first to use Cisco's powerful 60W UPOE connection rather than conventional 30W systems.
"Samsung and Cisco are leading the way in transforming enterprising work spaces," said Samsung Electronics UK general manager of displays Phil Gaut.
"Now every workstation can leverage the power and speed of the company's centralised server, while reducing energy costs and creating a less cluttered environment."
The NC220 sports four USB ports, support for a second monitor and stereo speakers.
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