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10 May 2011
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Sun Ray Software 5.2 [24171]
Easier Deployment and Improved Audio, Video and Smart Card Support

Sun Ray Software 5.2 is the latest release of Oracle’s server-hosted desktop software. It is dramatically simpler to install and configure and features improved video, audio, smart card, Virtual Private Network (VPN), and network resiliency.

Wim Coekaerts, Oracle’s senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering said, "with Sun Ray Software, IT can centralize the management and maintenance of thousands of thin clients - reducing cost and complexity, while enhancing security. Innovations in Sun Ray Software 5.2 make it even easier to install and update, while delivering an improved end user audio and video experience."

The Sun Ray Server software is supported on Oracle Linux 5.5/5.6, Solaris 10 5/09 or later on SPARC and x86 platforms.
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15 Apr 2011
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Sun Rays are "Citrix Ready" [24096]
Sun Ray 3 Client, Sun Ray 3 Plus Client, Sun Ray 3i Client All Make the Grade

Interesting details about the capabilities of the Sun Ray Thin Client are available on Citrix Ready Products, where readers will find confirmation that the Sun Ray is indeed a "Citrix-ready" solution. The Sun Ray 3 Client, Sun Ray 3 Plus Client, and Sun Ray 3i Client are all represented on the Citrix page.
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24 Feb 2011
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Sun Ray 3 Plus Client Technical Specifications [23922]
Improvements to an Old and Trusted Work Horse

Complete details on the Sun Ray 3 Plus Client Technical Specifications are listed in an Oracle Wiki. The Sun Ray 3 Plus Client offers high-performance with industry-leading features and ultra-low power consumption. What is more, the chassis uses eco-friendly and recyclable materials.
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12 Nov 2010
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Writing Scripts for the Sun Ray Kiosk Interface [23584]
Download PDF of the Session Development Kit

The highly customizable Kiosk Mode interface functionality of the Sun Rays and Sun Ray servers enables the delivery of any kind of virtual desktop or application to the Sun Ray user. Jaap Romers' blog leads readers to the Sun Ray Kiosk Session Development Kit, providing a link to a pdf of the document. Romers declares the document useful to both beginning and advanced Kiosk script developers.
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03 Nov 2010
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Extreme Green Computing [23577]
Video Interview on Sun Ray 3 & 3i with Michael Dann

If your company's IT infrastructure energy costs could benefit from a 900KW savings, then you might consider the additional points Oracle's Michael Dann makes in a 16:31 video on the new Sun Ray 3 and Sun Ray 3i in which he also notes the product's longevity (upwards of 20 years); the ability to recycle the Sun Ray itself; and the fact that even the packaging for the Sun Ray is made of largely 90% post-consumer waste, which in turn, users can recycle. This is computing that is really, truly in the realm of green.
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03 Nov 2010
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Sun Ray Software 5.1 [23630]
Enhancing the industry’s leading portfolio of desktop virtualization solutions

Oracle’s Sun Ray Software 5.1 helps reduce the maintenance, upgrade, and operational costs and complexity associated with traditional desktop environments and provides users access to their virtual desktop from nearly any location.

"Oracle continues to enhance its desktop virtualization portfolio and deliver new and improved capabilities that provide customers a highly secure, low cost, and easy to use remote desktop experience," said Wim Coekaerts, Oracle’s senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering. "The Sun Ray Software 5.1 release delivers on Oracle’s commitment to rapidly advancing our desktop virtualization products. We continue to actively invest significant resources in Sun Ray and Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure products and work with customers to make it easier for them to deploy and manage virtual infrastructures with the best remote multimedia options."
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