Teradici Cloud Access Software is now supported on AWS G3 and EC2 Elastic GPU instances.
Topics: PCoIP, Media & Entertainment, GPU, cloud graphics, VFX, Cloud Access Software, GPUs in the Cloud, Cloud, Cloud Workflows, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Workspaces, GPU-Accelerated Cloud, CAD in the Cloud, Workstations in the Cloud, AWS re:Invent, AWS, Cloud Access, Cloud Access Plus, G3 Instances, Elastic GPU, EC2 Elastic GPU
Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Media & Entertainment, Remote Display Protocols, LucasFilm, VFX, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Migration, GPUs in the Cloud, Cloud, ILM, Jellyfish Pictures, Jeremy Smith
Available now in technical preview, Microsoft Azure’s new N-Series virtual machines with NVIDIA GPUs open up a range of new accelerated compute scenarios.
Last month, Microsoft's Karan Batta shared the Ignite stage with NVIDIA's Sagar Rawal and our own Randy Groves to demonstrate the groundbreaking capablities of these GPUs in the cloud.
Topics: PCoIP, Media & Entertainment, CAD, Microsoft, Virtualization, Azure, NVIDIA Grid, Cloud Desktops, CAM, GPU, AutoCAD, Randy Groves, cloud graphics, N-Series GPU, NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, GPUs in the Cloud, Cloud, Microsoft Ignite, Cloud Workflows, Gaming, Karan Batta, Visualization, Compute, Sagar Rawal, Remote Desktop, CAD in the Cloud, Virtual Machines
Teradici’s PCoIP technology is used to create most of the movies you are enjoying this Summer! We shared with you how PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards were employed by Industrial Light & Magic, a Lucasfilm Ltd. division, to bring films such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens to life, and with Sony Pictures Imageworks to help bring the new The Angry Birds Movie to life. The long-awaited revival, Independence Day: Resurgence also leveraged PCoIP technology in the creation of its visual effects.
Visual effects can make or break a movie. Similarly, a sub-par computing experience can make or break a creative professional trying to work on those visual effects. There’s a reason why some of the biggest names in visual effects and animation rely on Teradici to ensure performance that matches a workstation experience, with 100 percent color matching and full-HD lossless support, even across multiple displays and under less-than-optimal network conditions.
Teradici has been proud to help support the creative teams of Industrial Light & Magic, a Lucasfilm Ltd. division, helping bring films such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens to life, and with Sony Pictures Imageworks to help bring the new The Angry Birds Movie to life.
Topics: PCoIP, Video Editing, Media & Entertainment, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, End-point Security, lossless, cloud graphics, LucasFilm, The Angry Birds Movie, NVIDIA, Industrial Light & Magic, Star Wars, Dell, Animation World
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
Teradici Platform customers, DSB Consulting showcased BeBop Technology last month at the vNAB Cloud Innovation Conference. Hosted by Google's Venice offices, this two-day event is an invitation-only extension of the larger conference happening this month in Las Vegas.
The first truly cloud-based editorial workflow solution for the media & entertainment industry, BeBop is a fully virtualized video editing service. This secure, cloud-based environment drives down video production costs while producing the same quality and fidelity as a local editorial workstation.
CEO, Bruce Long kicked off the event, explaining to the audience how BeBop, with the help of PCoIP technology, elegantly delivers 'the most secure solution in the marketplace'.
Teradici’s CTO, Randy Groves, just stepped onto the stage with Karan Batta, Program Manager on the Big Compute team for Azure, at this year’s Microsoft Build 2016 Conference and gave a live demo of Teradici’s PCoIP Workstation Access Software running Adobe Premiere and Unigine Heaven on Microsoft Azure. Randy showed how Teradici enables high-performance applications to work from the Cloud with the same rich end-user experience users have come to expect from locally-installed applications.
Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Remote Workstation, Video Editing, Media & Entertainment, CAD, Microsoft, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, NVIDIA M60, End-point Security, Azure, NVIDIA Grid, Adobe Premiere, Unigine Heaven, CAM, GPU, AutoCAD, Microsoft Build