Europe, Middle East, Africa

Mr. Polster is an industry veteran having spent more then 25 years in system- and semiconductor- sales and marketing in Europe, the US and Asia. Originally from Germany where he received a MS of Computer Science from the University of Aachen, he proceeded to work for several years in the US for AMD in engineering and marketing positions.

After his return to Germany, Mr. Polster ran sales and channel marketing organizations in EMEA and Asia for AMD serving as a GM for the European organization of AMD.

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In 2010, Computer Aid International, a London-based charity established a solar-powered cyber café called ZubaBox in Zambia as part of the organization’s efforts to increase information technology access in rural areas of developing countries. Computer Aid International is the world’s largest, and most experienced, not-for-profit provider of practical Information Communications Technology (ICT) solutions for international development and has distributed more than 180,000 restored PCs in Africa and Latin America.

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Storm Group, a Danish marketing company, recently expanded their business model to provide telemarketing services to its customers. To be successful, Storm Group would need to build out a complete call center with dedicated computers that would allow call staff to rapidly access sales and marketing information as well as input customer and deal information. For their initial deployment, Storm Group turned to ITX, an NComputing Danish partner, to replace their obsolete PCs with NComputing’s state-of-the-art virtual desktops.

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Paulo Freire, located in Oosterhout, Netherlands provides primary education to students in group one through eight. Its teachers and administrators are committed to delivering the essential knowledge that will enable their students to succeed in a diverse, global world where information technology is becoming a core component in not only education but in every day life.

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Die Mitarbeiter in einem Callcenter benötigen an ihren Arbeitsplätzen leistungsfähige IT-Infrastruktur, um ihre Aufgaben effizient erledigen zu können. Im Vergleich zu herkömmlichen Arbeitsplatz-PCs bringt hier eine virtuelle Desktop-Lösung viele Vorteile.

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Serving approximately 1,000 students, the Camden School for Girls (CSG) is a comprehensive secondary school for girls in the London Borough of Camden in North London. The school’s co-educational sixth form offers a blend of academic courses with extracurricular activities as a means to involve everyone in taking an active part in the community. CSG has been rated as “outstanding” in its last three OFSTED inspections.

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The Avcilar Hospital has been providing health care in Istanbul, Turkey since 1998. “Using the latest computing technology in all office departments and in the hospital’s operating and surgical unit is very important,” says Mr. Ersin Soygüzel, manager of the hospital’s computer department.

Avcilar Hospital

Ma’arif Group Improves Computer Lab Effectiveness and Efficiency in 25 Schools across Saudi Arabia with NComputing

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – 10 August, 2014 - NComputing, a leader in client virtualisation solutions, today announced that Ma’arif Group, the largest owner and operator of private schools in Saudi Arabia, is transforming the learning experience in its computer laboratories with virtual desktops replacing PCs. The new solution, currently deployed in 25 of Ma’arif Group’s schools, provides more reliable computing services for teachers and students, while being simpler to manage and maintain.

Ma’arif Group Improves Computer Lab Effectiveness and Efficiency in 25 Schools across Saudi Arabia with NComputing

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