Amulet Hotkey Launches Next Generation DX Series Ultra Thin Clients to Support Remote, Hybrid and Collaborative Working

Hotkey DX1600 Amulet

Hotkey DX1600 Amulet

LONDON, UK, July 7, 2022 / — Amulet Hotkey, the trusted choice for power, agility and security for mission-critical and data-intensive workloads, today announced the launch of its latest DX-series ultra-thin clients – the DX1600 and DX1300.

With businesses needing to support workers from any location, the latest additions to the DX Series are a further enhancement to their agile work environment solutions – enabling employees to be productive from any location.

“Remote and hybrid users need flexibility as well as performance – the DX1600 and DX1300 deliver both,” says Tom Cole, product manager at Amulet Hotkey. “Our new ultra-thin clients pack a host of performance capabilities into a flexible, compact design, capable of supporting any remote desktop protocol supported by the chosen operating system.”

Flexible, secure and easy to manage for a better user experience

This latest addition to the DX Series offers increased flexibility, with users able to choose from multiple thin client operating systems including Stratodesk NoTouch OS, IGEL OS and Windows IoT, which comes pre-installed for easy-to-manage deployment.

“We recently released our latest software evolution, Stratodesk NoTouch 3.4,” said Ricardo Antuna, Vice President of Strategic Alliances for Stratodesk. “We’ve worked with Amulet Hotkey for many years to address the workforce agility challenges IT managers face and it’s great to see the simultaneous evolution of our endpoint solutions.”

As with any Amulet Hotkey product, the DX1600 and DX1300 benefit from a proven secure solution with Stratodesk NoTouch OS and PCoIP® Teradici Software Client®an HP company, offering enterprise-grade security, ensuring data remains secure in the data center rather than vulnerable on endpoints.

Both devices are fully upgradable to future Zero Trust architectures as they become available.

Innovative design delivers performance with 24/7 reliability in demanding environments

Compact and feature-rich, the DX1600 and DX1300 clients offer a powerful AMD Ryzen integrated central processor, high frame rate 4k/UHD graphics capabilities, and enhanced audio and video capabilities.

Aimed at industries that will need this level of processing power, the DX1600 and DX1300 are innovatively designed for passive cooling. This ensures 24/7/365 availability while eliminating mechanical failures associated with fan cooling.

What separates the two options are the DX1600’s enhancements to support the most demanding workloads, while the DX1300 is designed to be out of the box as a rapid deployment option.

“The DX1600 and DX1300 are designed to handle demanding workloads, whether processing market data for traders, managing video production in multimedia suites, or enabling command centers and remote control,” says Tony Hilliard, Sales Manager at Amulet Hotkey. “We’ve been in these industries for 30 years, so we know how to design products to provide options that meet those needs.”


About Amulet Hotkey
Amulet Hotkey has over 30 years of experience designing, manufacturing and integrating high performance computing solutions for the global enterprise, defense and government markets. The solutions provide advanced cybersecurity enabling remote, physical and virtual desktops that integrate GPU-accelerated servers, secure hosting cards, thin and zero client desktops, and KVM switches. The company delivers industry-leading performance to its core customer base of Global 2000 customers for applications such as big data, graphics-intensive computing, accelerated virtual desktops and machine learning.

Teradici and PCoIP are trademarks of HP, Inc, and are registered in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks or registered trademarks mentioned in this release are the intellectual property of their respective owners.

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