NComputing honored by Wall Street Journal

Redwood City’s NComputing, a firm that produces virtual PC networking hardware and software, has won a Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award.

The company’s products allow the unused computing capacity of a PC to be shared across a network by multiple users, reducing energy consumption and the cost of PC computing.

Most recently, NComputing announced the Republic of Macedonia had purchased its system to allowcomputer access for every K-12 student in the country.

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