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Reading, UK: IGEL Technology has today simplified its firmware and licensing for its Universal Desktop range of thin clients. Moving forward, IGEL Linux 5, the newest version of IGEL firmware, will also be the software basis for all Linux thin clients and IGEL's popular Universal Desktop Converter (UDC) migration software.


The new firmware concept and licensing model is designed to help partners and customers find a suitable solution more quickly. Instead of the previous three firmware packages (Entry, Standard, Advanced), IGEL will offer a single standardized firmware package for each operating system (Windows Embedded Standard 7 and IGEL Linux 5).