forget the ARM... not developed..
Oh, that's too bad.
yes... but it is still the same issue ... where is the volume... as with hardware and thin clients , and with software.. where is the volume... the volume is on X64 hardware.. and not on ARM... i know citrix did some work there... but "others" dont... so the volume is not there.. ps: to my knowledge there we too many firmware updates to the "Texas Instruments" used by Fujitsu.... so we never did a ARM terminal (luckey us)
RP is the best selling single hardware of all time. It's a bit of volume. In fact, essentially every SMB I know that does thin clients of any sort use it. The performance is so good, at a cost so low, hard to imagine using anything else. It seems to have the volume these days.