Network Computing Devices


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Network Computing Devices

(company)
(NCD) Producer of X terminals, PC-Xware and Z-Mail.

http://ncd.com/.
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Network Computing Devices Inc and Hewlett-Packard Co (HP) have signed an agreement under which HP will sell Network Computing's integrated thin client hardware and software products through its indirect sales channel and direct sales force worldwide.
Three vendors, Wyse Technology, IBM, and Network Computing Devices, supplied nearly 75% of the thin clients sold worldwide in 1998, with Hewlett-Packard and Boundless Technologies accounting for much of the balance.
Network Computing Devices Inc appears to have run out of ideas and has called in PaineWeber Inc to advise it on where it can go from here; sale of the company and alliance strategies top a list of possible alternatives.
Network Computing Devices Inc has signed a new multi-year agreement with Hitachi Ltd of Japan for the development and manufacture of customised NCD thin client terminals under the Hitachi name.
Currently, the only companies providing Wyse with any competition are IBM Corp and Network Computing Devices Inc.
It has also acquired a 4.4% stake in Network Computing Devices, a leading NC manufacturer based in Mountain View, Calif.
Network Computing Devices Inc, The Mountain View, California- based provider of thin client hardware and software, has reported a first-quarter net loss of $2.0m on revenue down 13.8% at $26.4m, up from a loss of $489,000 in the year-ago quarter.
Network Computing Devices Inc will today launch new software that extends its thin client management capabilities to PCs in addition to the existing support for Windows-based terminals (WBT).

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