"NX is a new technology that allows one to run remote
X11 sessions across slow or low-bandwidth network connections. User experience with NX is one of excellent responsiveness. Users with previous remote X11 session experience are stunned by NX's speed and its snappy application interaction. Moreover, NX also can connect to remote RDP and VNC sessions and offer big performance wins over TightVNC and rdesktop remote access. NX can do all of
this from Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris and Windows workstations as well as from some types of PDA gadgets."
Friday, July 29, 2005
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