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Nov 18, 2021
FlexiHub for Business - a Key to Remote Teams Success
Subscription vs PAYG [FlexiHub]
Which billing model to choose: subscription or Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG)? Which software solution would work best for full-remote employees? And which is better for part-remote workers?

In this article, we are going to compare the subscription and PAYG approaches using the example of the Business and Team plans of the FlexiHub remote access service. Read more here
5.2
Released Sept 6, 2021
FlexiHub Now Supports Windows on ARM Devices
Windows on ARM PCs
With the new update, you can install FlexiHub on Windows computers with ARM64 architecture and create cross-platform connections to remote USB and serial port peripherals in a totally secure way.

FlexiHub will run with the optimal speed and make any attached peripherals accessible to remote computers, allowing you to enjoy the full power of your ARM machine. Read more here
News
July 20, 2021
New Tunnel Servers for 2x Faster Device Redirection
New Tunnel Servers for 2x Faster Device Redirection
FlexiHub adds two more Tunnel Servers to cover new regions and ensure 2x faster device redirection. Less data travel time with new dedicated Tunnel Servers.

FlexiHub deploys additional servers to ensure flawless and super fast access to remote devices. New Tunnel Servers are now located in Latin America and Australia. Read more here
5.0
June 25, 2021
Meet FlexiHub 5.0 with RDP support
Meet FlexiHub 5.0 with RDP support
Great news for the fans of Windows Remote Desktop Connections - with the latest edition of FlexiHub you get to easily share USB devices of any specific type with remote computers while in an RDP session.

Now that many of us have to work from home due to the global pandemic, it is becoming of key importance to be able to access local USB devices in a remote session. Read more here
✨ New
  • Added: possibility to connect to remote devices via an RDP channel.
  • Added: possibility to set the priority of channels used to connect to remote devices.
  • Added: new Options dialog box.
News
June 16, 2021
FlexiHub helps to perform mass vaccination in Germany
FlexiHub joins the fight against COVID-19
Electronic Team professionals from the FlexiHub squad just couldn't stay on the sidelines and are always ready to lend a helping hand to those currently taking all possible steps to get rid of COVID entirely and permanently.

Thanks to FlexiHub, a doctor’s office was able to handle a vaccination event in Germany for 3000 people complying with all required sanitary measures and safety standards. They had multiple PCs in the remote vaccination location, each with the connected chipcard reader for medical ID cards. Read more here
4.5
March 9, 2021
Improved connections speed
The recent FlexiHub update gets improved speed for work with the Universal Plug and Play (uPnP) protocol streamlining communication between networked nodes.

Everyone likes speed when connecting devices over a network. FlexiHub users can easily identify the status of network connections by viewing the software’s interface. Either green or yellow lights will be visible in front of each networked node. Read more here
4.3
February 15, 2021
FlexiHub lets you double the HID response time performance
With FlexiHub you will double the HID device (human interface device) response time performance! Now a 100 msec ping from the host for smooth 3D mouse operation is more than enough! Here is one of the features that you will get in the recent update.

With FlexiHub, you’ll have no trouble redirecting a 3D mouse to a remote desktop of your workstation. Only you need to be aware of a minor nuance: latency may slightly increase when connecting through the Internet. It’s a known fact that redirection via LAN works much better for HID devices. That doesn't seem like such a big problem, but can be rather aggravating in the longer run. Read more here