iTwin, a new technology that allows users to remotely connect two computers via USB drives, was unveiled today at the TechCrunch 50 conference. The technology is still in beta, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we work and communicate.
iTwin consists of two USB drives that look and function like regular USB drives. However, when the two drives are plugged into separate computers, they create a secure connection between the two machines. This allows users to remotely access and control the other computer, as if they were sitting right in front of it.
“iTwin is a game-changer for remote access,” said CEO of iTwin. “It eliminates the need for expensive software and hardware, and it’s incredibly easy to use. With iTwin, you can remotely access any computer, anywhere in the world, with just a USB drive.”
iTwin has a number of potential applications, including:
- Remote work: Employees can use iTwin to remotely access their work computers from home or anywhere else in the world.
- Customer support: Tech support professionals can use iTwin to remotely access customer computers to troubleshoot problems.
- Education: Teachers can use iTwin to share their desktops with students in the classroom or during remote learning sessions.
The plan is to launch iTwin in the first half of 2010 for $99. CEO Lux Anatharaman and COO Kal Takru presented the company today. They are based in Singapore.
iTwin is a startup company that is developing innovative technologies to make remote access easier and more affordable. The company’s flagship product, iTwin, allows users to remotely connect two computers via USB drives. iTwin is still in beta testing, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we work and communicate.