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Neoware, Inc
Industry Computer Systems
Successor Hewlett-Packard
Founded 1992
Headquarters King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Key people
Klaus Besier, CEO
Products Thin clients

Neoware was a company that manufactured and marketed thin clients. It also developed and marketed enterprise software, thin client appliances, and related services aimed at reducing the TCO of IT infrastructure.

Neoware owned one of the three available "OS Streaming" technologies that make it possible to remote boot diskless computers under Microsoft Windows and Linux.

On July 23, 2007, HP announced that it has signed a definitive merger agreement to purchase Neoware for $241 million.[1] The acquisition was completed on October 1, 2007.[2]

Competitors in the market place included: Wyse, NComputing, IGEL, Devon IT, VXL and a handful of others.



Competitors of Neoware included Igel Technology, Wyse, Devon IT, VXL, LISCON and Fujitsu.


  1. ^ Martens, China (2007-07-23). "HP looks to stay thin with Neoware purchase". Infoworld. IDG. Retrieved 2007-07-24. 
  2. ^ "HP Closes Neoware Acquisition". HP Newsroom. HP. 2007-10-01. Retrieved 2007-10-02. 

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