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Moving CAD Workstations to the Cloud

Posted by Teradici on October 30, 2017

Alex Herrera, author at CAD technology magazine Cadalyst highlights key aspects to consider when moving virtual CAD workstations to the cloud.

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Remote Workstation, CAD, Virtualization, CAM, AutoCAD, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Migration, Cloud, Alex Herrera, Cloud Workflows, CAD in the Cloud, Workstation, Cloud Access, Cloud Access Plus, Cadalyst

Introducing... Teradici All Access

Posted by Teradici on August 15, 2017

 

Exclusive access to software, support and resources from the inventors of PCoIP technology

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, VDI, Remote Workstation, VMware, Amazon Workspaces, Virtualization, Cloud Desktops, VMware Horizon, Cloud Access Software, GPUs in the Cloud, PCoIP Management Console, Amazon, PCoIP Zero Clients, remote workstation card, AWS, remote visualization, Cloud Endpoints, All Access, Cloud Access, Cloud Access Plus, Workstation Access

The 'System-on-Chip' Technology Inside New PCoIP Zero Clients

Posted by Teradici on November 30, 2016

We recently announced a partnership between Teradici and Socionext to provide System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions that expands Teradici's PCoIP technology into new devices, markets and use cases. The first iteration of this partnership was the launch of Alta, our new line of PCoIP Zero Clients. Our next step will be exploring how we can expand PCoIP embedded endpoint solutions to  broader user cases such as digital signage, automotive, interactive media streaming and more. 

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, VDI, DaaS, Zero Client, Remote Workstation, Amazon Workspaces, Cloud Desktops, VMware Horizon, Cloud Access Software, Dan Cordingley, Socionext, Alta PCoIP Zero Clients, System-On-Chip Technology, USB 3.0, Tera2, Digital Signage, 4K UHD Display, The Register, Workstations in the Cloud, partnership, PXiV, WiFi, Bluetooth, SoC, System-on-Chip

Excitement Builds for Cloud Access Software & Platform

Posted by Teradici on October 12, 2016

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

Exploring Remote and Virtual Solutions for Autodesk Maya

Posted by Mabel Louie on August 29, 2016

Autodesk Maya is an industry-leading 3D computer graphics application with powerful modelling, rendering, simulation, texturing and animation tools. Used by VFX artists, modellers and animators, the software helps create graphics and visual effects in film, video games, television and other fields of design.

Due to computation and graphics requirements, Maya has typically been run on high-end, dedicated workstations located on or under the artist’s desk. For many Maya artists, this has created several workflow challenges, including delays in transferring model sizes to local workstations, challenges in collaborating across locations, heat and noise issues as well as a lack of remote access for artists or reviewers. With the introduction of the Teradici PCoIP Remote Workstation Card and Teradici PCoIP Workstation Access Software, these challenges have been solved; Maya artists can now work remotely and collaboratively without sacrificing performance

In our new whitepaper, developed alongside Autodesk, we discuss the technology options and guidelines for deploying a remote solution to ensure a great user experience and includes test results for both physical workstations and virtualized environments with dedicated or shared GPU access

Topics: PCoIP, Remote Workstation, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, Autodesk, Maya, Whitepaper

Fairfield Energy Leverages PCoIP for Secure Remote Access: Case Study

Posted by Teradici on August 16, 2016

Fairfield Energy is a UK-focused independent E&P (exploration and production) company, originally launched in 2005, that’s now participating in the realignment of North Sea asset ownership. As the company expanded, adding both personnel and offices, the performance of key systems started to lag. Employees began asking for dual monitors, which wasn’t supported by existing hardware. Employees working remotely struggled to use the VPN, raising data security concerns. With millions of dollars in valuable data assets, Fairfield Energy was ready for change.

Today, Fairfield employees can access their desktops from anywhere, with no loss in performance, thanks to VDI and Teradici PCoIP technology. Hardware costs are down and because only pixels are transmitted over the network, data remains secure.

In our latest case study, Fairfield Energy: VDI, PCoIP, and GPU technology enables anywhere access to desktops, oil & gas applications, we explore the series of challenges faced by Fairfield Energy in supporting mobility for a broad range of use cases, some of which require expensive industry applications with high-end graphics. Managing desktops at three sites sounds straightforward, unless of course one of those is an oil platform operating in the waters of the North Sea. Simple tasks such as updating software were often slowing down team collaboration or delaying meetings. 

Topics: VDI, Zero Client, Remote Workstation, NVIDIA Grid, Oil & Gas, graphics acceleration, 3D graphics

Workstations in the Cloud - A Beginner's Guide

Posted by Teradici on July 14, 2016

Join us on July 19th, 2016 for an upcoming webinar, “A Beginner's Guide to Workstations in the Cloud,” where we will be discussing how you can leverage the cloud to solve common IT headaches and to create a more flexible and innovative organization. 

The days of ensuring each designer has their workstation under their desk is becoming less the norm. Many organizations, particularly media and entertainment as well as architecture and engineering, are considering leveraging the cloud to provide workstations to solve common IT problems resulting from big data sets, a dispersed and flexible workforce as well as increasing concern for data security. 

In this webinar, Alex Herrera, a senior analyst with Jon Peddie Research, and Randy Groves, CTO here at Teradici, will be discussing how you can develop an IT strategy to deploy and support a secure cloud model, where pay-as-you-go is the norm. 

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Remote Workstation, CAD, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, Cloud Desktops, CAM, Jon Peddie Research, Randy Groves, Webinar, cloud graphics, Alex Herrera

The PCoIP Protocol: A Decade of Focus on User Experience

Posted by Teradici on May 5, 2016

If you’ve been following Teradici’s blog, you will have already learned all about our history and where we’re headed. Now, we’d like to start focusing more on the PCoIP protocol: the architecture, how it compares to other protocols, our history of innovation, and what Teradici has planned for PCoIP down the road.

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, VDI, DaaS, Zero Client, Remote Workstation, VMware, Pervasive Computing Platform, Amazon Workspaces, Microsoft, PCoIP Workstation Access Software, HTML5, H.264, Cloud Desktops, Blast Extreme Vs PCoIP, Blast Extreme, GPU, Microsoft Build, User Experience, VMware Horizon, Horizon Protocols

Teradici Joins Azure Big Compute Team Onstage At Build 2016

Posted by Mabel Louie on April 13, 2016

*UPDATE: Teradici and Microsoft Azure to turn heads at SIGGRAPH 2016! 


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

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