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Chip PC Wins Europe's Largest Thin Client Tender to Supply 20,000 Thin Clients and Management Software to German RZF - Financial Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia County
Date:11/13/2007

80% of the Devices are Deployed by the End of 2007 and the Rest by Q1 2008. Chip PC Devices are Managed by Xcalibur Global Policies, Active Directory

Tasks and Permissions Allocation and User-Level Management.

ESSEN, Germany, November 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Chip PC industry-leading thin client solutions were chosen to fulfill demanding requirements of German RZF - Financial Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia County to supply 20,000 thin clients and management software; Chip PC devices will be centrally and remotely managed by Xcalibur Global Management Suite, including intelligent usage of policies, Active Directory tasks and permissions allocation and User-level management in addition to device configuration and control.

Chip PC was chosen to supply at a short time frame Europe's largest single thin client deployment to German Financial Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia County (RZF North-Rhine/Westphalia). Chip PC devices were chosen after a careful selective process highlighting manageability and security aspects of the Chip PC solution.

RZF is a modern public sector services enterprise employing more than 30,000 employees and serving approximately 18 Million citizens of North Rhine Westphalia County. Data security and integrity are a crucial factor for RZF.

"I am excited about the deployment of Chip PC solutions at RZF. Xcalibur Global strong management software will enable a quick, smooth roll-out of thousands of devices. The customer has wisely chosen the Domain Authenticator software extension to enable User-level control in addition to device-level management. Xcalibur Global intelligent usage of Active Directory policies, tasks and permissions allocation will contribute to a very short learning cycle for RZF IT experts. Chip PC's products and service have raised the bar in providing well thought out solution sets for the computing marketplace", says Mr Stephan Herkert, VP Sales Europe, Chip PC.

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