Teradici Cloud Access Software is now supported on AWS G3 and EC2 Elastic GPU instances.
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2017 is the year that the Cloud becomes mainstream. It has been estimated that 92% of global data center traffic will come from the cloud by 2020, and yet already we see the cloud becoming the “new normal” when it comes to IT infrastructure.
For the past two years, we have seen forward-thinking organizations go all in on the cloud, while others have adopted an approach that embraces the cloud for only new IT investments. Based on the growing pressures and opportunities of the cloud, we offer the following predictions...
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We’re not the only ones excited by the launch of our new Cloud Access Software and Cloud Access Platform! Our new Cloud Access Software and Platform make it easier for organizations to migrate to any cloud, public or private, with “lift and shift” mobility of applications, workloads and desktops. This capability has drawn some positive attention and started the ball rolling on some great use cases!
Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, DaaS, Remote Workstation, VMware, Amazon Workspaces, Codecs, Cloud Desktops, lossless, cloud graphics, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Migration, Dan Cordingley, GPUs in the Cloud, Cloud, Cloud Access Platform, Cloud Workflows, Cloud Workspaces, The Register, Workstations in the Cloud, IT Business Edge
The journey to the cloud isn’t always an easy one. Not all applications or workloads are created equal. For many organizations, delivering the graphically rich user experiences their users require seems an insurmountable challenge.
That’s why we’re excited to announce general availability of Cloud Access Software, the latest evolution of Teradici technology that makes it easier than ever for customers to “lift and shift” even the most demanding, graphics-intensive applications and workloads into the cloud.
Organizations have been considering the cloud for the past several years, with increased awareness of its benefits, which include business agility, improved data management and employee productivity. Despite its many obvious draws, organizations have struggled with the reality of migrating desktops, workstations, applications and workflows to the cloud. The uncertainty about transitioning applications and workload performance have stalled many cloud initiatives.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Pervasive Computing Platform, Virtualization, Cloud Desktops, GPU, cloud graphics, 3D graphics, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Migration, linux desktops, Cloud Access Platform, Cloud Workspaces
Inside Teradici is a new series that provides insights and musings from the company’s leadership team. Today, we sat down with Teradici’s Chairman of the Board, Don Listwin.
In July, we hinted that there would be big things happening at this year’s SIGGRAPH, thanks to our partnership with Microsoft. At the conference, we showed off accelerated graphics applications – including Autodesk Maya – running on Microsoft Azure, leveraging the new N-Series virtual machines, delivered via Teradici PCoIP Technology.
Our show highlights include longtime Teradici customers from all the major studios who stopped by to see what’s new and were wowed by our live demos running from Azure. They had the opportunity to try out Nuke with a Wacom tablet as well as Autodesk Maya from a PCoIP zero client. Customers were excited to learn that they could leverage their existing zero clients to connect to the Azure cloud. And Teradici CTO Randy Groves presented two informative sessions in the Microsoft Theater – Bringing the PCoIP Experience to Azure and Revolutionize Workflow and Collaboration for Large Compute and Rendering Projects.
Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Zero Client, Pervasive Computing Platform, Media & Entertainment, Microsoft, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, NVIDIA M60, Azure, Cloud Desktops, GPU, Randy Groves, SIGGRAPH, cloud graphics, Autodesk, Nuke, N-Series GPU, Maya, Wacom, NVIDIA, Cloud Workspaces