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Atrust

Established in 2007, Atrust are a creative, professional and enthusiastic team which boasts rich experience in designing, producing Thin & Zero Clients, Server and Management Software. The objectives of Atrust are to provide customers with high quality, high efficiency and environmental friendly products as well as comprehensive solutions.
Through stringent design process and quality control system, Atrust delivers high quality products. In addition, Atrust also offers tailored solutions for their partners and customers.
Through the Atrust Device Manager (ADM) Atrust can deploy and manage all end points in the portfolio which includes Windows & Linux x86 thin clients, Linux on Raspberry Pi and ARM and the Atrust desktop OS on supported hardware.

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Atrust TC35c Rasberry Pi

With the Citrix Ready workspace hub, Atrust introduces a new thin client t32C (powered by Raspberry Pi 3B+ and Pi Zero).The Atrust t32C Citrix workspace hub is designed for organization looking for cost-effective and high-performance solutions for their virtual workspace needs.

With integrated WiFi and Bluetooth, Atrust t32C supports session roaming, QR code login, and screen casting. The Atrust t32C bundled with Atrust Client Setup (ACS) and central management tool Atrust Device Manager (ADM) software, management becomes simple and easy. The Atrust t32C workspace hub is complete with Skype for Business, H.264, and 2 high definition displays. Learn More

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Atrust T176

Atrust T176
Atrust t176L is a Linux-based thin client device especially designed for a client/server computing environment. Developed by Atrust, the ACS (Atrust Client Setup) software is also built in to help effective management of t176L. With the support of Citrix® ICA/HDX™, Microsoft® RDP™ with RemoteFX™ and VMware® Horizon View™, t176L can be used to create virtual and session-based desktop experiences from many remote desktop capable operating systems. t176L offers a rich computing experience where applications look, feel, and behave as local devices, including high-definition multimedia content.