By: Keydone Diskless Solutions  16-10-2009
Keywords: Supplies & Services, Computers, Computer Software

Keydone Diskless is a solution to host virtual hard disk over network. The client PC can boot Windows XP and share all programs installed on the  server images via network. There is no need for physical hard disk to be preset on local client computer.


Keydone Diskless, is our core product. Diskless system is what we are good at. Keydone diskless is a network storage management system that allows customer to centralised all their games and windows at the server. Each workstation do not need a physical hard disk. Each workstation can share up to 8.0TB games. Our system completes with game menu, game management, multi hardware support etc. when enable with our online update system, this is a truly maintenance free system.

Keydone system was developed to over the followings common problem faced by today’s IT industry:-

1.    Ever growing need for large storage capacity
2.    Troubleshooting software problem
3.    Repairing damages done by viruses
4.    Frequent updates of games for cybercafé operators

Keydone diskless server runs on Windows XP Home/Pro and Windows 2003 Server. Keydone system runs stable on both of the operating system and has been time tested. We designed a very user friendly interface (GUI) to enable ease of use for our customer. Through our 5 years experience as a internet cafe system integrator and diskless solutions provider, we incorporated every features needed by internet cafe solutions into a simple to use program. We promised to include any new features suggested by our customer in our future release.

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