Dell and Wyse seem to be in a good position to profit from the continuing rollout of Windows 7 among businesses, and Dell's increasing focus on midsize enterprises should provide additional growth opportunities.
"If Microsoft's Windows 8 is a success, especially as a driver of Windows-based tablet sales, that could spur significant future Dell-Wyse sales," King said.
McNaught said Wyse is fitting smoothly into Dell, and there could be other opportunities to extend Wyse technology, such as in cloud computing and mobile device management tools. Dell has acquired many companies in the past few years in an effort to build out its product portfolio ranging from hardware to software and services.
"Dell has aggressive revenue goals for us over the next few years," McNaught said.
Pund-IT's King said Wyse could focus on virtual desktops in the short-term, but cautioned that in recent years virtual desktops and thin clients have tended to exceed expectations, which could change.
"That seems to be in the process of changing as virtual desktops catch on among companies of every size and offer cloud service providers a valuable market model," King said.