It’s not often you can corner a Product Manager in the kitchen and acquire twenty minutes of his time without complaint but that’s exactly what happened with Arjen van der Meulen yesterday. With the recent launch of PCoIP Management Console 3.1. and PCoIP Remote Workstation Card firmware 5.0.1 the post-launch quiet moment in his day must have left him vulnerable to water cooler conversation.
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There was a buzz in Las Vegas last month with the 2018 NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters) bringing together over 102K+ attendees from all over the globe. This show is the world’s largest event showing off the best and brightest technologies shaping the future of media and entertainment.
Two jam-packed sessions were recently held at a local studio in Vancouver, BC, exploring virtual workstations for VFX and graphics-intensive workloads using Amazon Web Services (AWS). This was a jointly-hosted workshop between the Thinkbox team at AWS, Teradici, and Sohonet and was solely dedicated to IT decision makers in M&E.
Teradici Cloud Access Software has come a long way since launching in 2016. From adding new product features, to extending to AWS GPU instances and launching on the AWS Marketplace, the product's roadmap continues to evolve based on customer needs.
It’s clear that the shift to the cloud is happening – but it’s happening faster in some industries than others. Media & Entertainment (M&E) and Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) are two of the industries in which cloud computing is now standard practice.
Did you know that a feature film like Independence Day: Resurgence is equivalent to a massive data set that must be guarded at all costs? In other words, data security is of the utmost priority when making and editing movies.
The recent BVE 2018 event in London brought together attendees and C-level speakers from around the globe to share and explore the future of content creation, commercial innovation, and cutting-edge technology for the Media & Entertainment industry.
Influential leaders in all areas of digital-cinema, post-production, film, and television recently gathered for the annual HPA Tech Retreat (Hollywood Professional Association) in Palm Springs. Teradici participated in this sold-out event alongside top industry professionals in exploring the latest technologies affecting the business of media and entertainment. What became clear was the key role Teradici PCoIP technology and Cloud Access Software can play in supporting these emerging technological trends.
The Media & Entertainment industry is evolving fast.
Under pressure to quickly produce increasingly complex content under the most stringent security protocols, VFX houses are looking for new ways to keep up. By moving graphics workloads away from traditional workstations, many companies are beginning to realize that the cloud provides the security and flexibility that they’re looking for.