Aside from my day job, buying a new house, studying for VCAP exams, presenting at VMUG’s (The Belgian VMUG is next week), I have a couple of personal side projects I’m working on, both virtualization related of course. The first exciting project is well under way and I hope to announce it very soon. They second is still in it’s infancy and is the reason for this blog post, so I’m hoping it works!
I’d like to reach out to all thin client vendors who offer thin clients with Teradici PCoIP chips built in to ‘donate’ or ‘loan’ a unit to me for some testing. You may be thinking, I work for a well known virtualization consultancy, surely I have some contacts I could call upon. Yes, I do, however I want to be completely upfront and honest this probably wont lead to a sale and is not in anyway associated with Xtravirt. You may also be thinking why don’t you just go and buy one for yourself. I could, but I’ve just bought a house, also buying a single unit wont get me any relationship with a vendor. Whilst I’m not intending to pester any vendor for information, perhaps some questions may come from my testing.
So why provide me with a unit? Well, I’ll certainly blog about your kindness, so please ping me a message on Twitter and let’s have a chat!