SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Point of Service

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Point of Service 11 is the only enterprise-class Linux solution tailored specifically to the unique needs of the retail industry. Service Pack 3 features improved reliability, increased security, easier management, wireless operation of POS clients, and tight cooperation with SUSE Manager.

Key Features
  • Create & deploy customized images
  • Increased system reliability & security
  • Reduced total cost of ownership
  • No forced upgrades or expensive licensing
  • Huge ecosystem of support vendors
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System Requirements

Administration Server
  • Supported processor platform: x86, x86-64
  • Disk space: 4 GB minimum
  • RAM: 512 MB minimum
  • Network card
Image Building Server (Optional)
  • Supported processor platform: x86, x86-64
  • Disk space: 4 GB minimum
  • RAM: 1 GB minimum
  • Network card
Administration Server with image building components
  • Supported processor platform: x86, x86-64
  • Disk space: 25 GB minimum
  • RAM: 1 GB minimum
Branch Server
  • Supported processor platform: x86, x86-64
  • Disk space: 4 GB minimum
  • RAM: 512 MB minimum
  • At least two network cards per server
Administration/Branch Server Combination
  • Supported processor platform: x86, x86-64
  • Disk space: 4 GB minimum
  • RAM: 512 MB minimum
  • Network card
Client
  • Supported processor platform: x86
  • Disk space: 4 GB minimum
  • RAM: 512 MB minimum
  • At least two network cards per server

Increase Reliability & Security

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Point of Service prevents buggy programs from causing your computer to become unstable and crash. Because of the strong wall of separation between the kernel and its users, the risk of unauthorized access is reduced.

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Reduce Ownership Costs

Eliminate operating system licensing fees and pay for only maintenance subscriptions with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Point of Service. SUSE Linux Point of Service also isn't tied to a specific device like pre-loaded systems, so you can use any hardware you want to save money.

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Avoid Vendor Lock-In

Locking your business on a single platform from a monopolistic vendor places your systems—and business—at risk. Applications running on SUSE Linux Enterprise provide a new upgrade path for businesses that don't want to get locked into a pattern of forced upgrades.

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