Category «NComputing»

NComputing is a company desktop virtualization that manufactures hardware and software to create virtual desktops that allow multiple users to simultaneously share one computer. The company’s approach is similar to the thin clients but promises better performance streaming media and audio 1 and lower costs. The company supports the operating systems Windows and Linux.


The name “NComputing” comes from the mathematical term “n” represents an indefinite number, in this case, additional users sharing a single computer.

VSpace software

The virtualization software vSpace NComputing, including hardware, creates virtual desktops in the PC shared by dividing computer resources into independent sessions that give each user their own PC experience. VSpace software uses the screen and proprietary communications protocol (“UXP”) to communicate with the shared computer and user stations. The UXP serves a similar purpose as the RDP from Microsoft and ICA Citrix.


Access devices of the X-series are connected with a PCI card that is installed on a shared PC through a cable CAT 5 . Since there are typically two free PCI slots in a PC, the technology supports up to two PCI cards


Unlike the X-series, the L-series NComputing do not use a PCI card. The access devices connect the L-series keyboard, mouse and monitor each user’s PC cables shared over Ethernet standard through a router or switch . A basic level server supports about 30 users.

ncomputing x550 driver download

ncomputing x550 driver download

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Introduction to X550 NComputing

Introduction to X550 NComputing

Introduction to X550 NComputing virtual desktops share the excess power of standard PCs and make it simple and affordable computer. Money by sharing the cost of a single PC among multiple users save. And users feel they each have their own computer, while simultaneously share common applications including web browsers, e-mail, office suites, and multimedia. …