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PCoIP Delivers Powerful 3D Mapping From The Cloud

Posted by Teradici on October 28, 2016

"...a major milestone in the delivery of high-end graphics applications."  John Meza, Esri

Mapping software leader, Esri has been taking advantage of the new N-Series Azure virtual machines, running its ArcGIS Pro in the cloud with the support of Teradici Cloud Access Software.

Topics: PCoIP, Cloud Computing, Microsoft, Azure, NVIDIA Grid, GPU, cloud graphics, N-Series GPU, NVIDIA, 3D graphics, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Migration, GPUs in the Cloud, Cloud, Esri, ArcGIS Pro, GIS, GPU-Accelerated Cloud

Blast Extreme Requires GPUs to Deliver a Competitive User Experience

Posted by Teradici on October 17, 2016

Graphics Processor Units (GPUs) are essential for delivering the rich, graphical experience for high-end, 3D applications such as CAD, GIS, Media and Entertainment, Oil and Gas Exploration, etc… However, the majority of users in a VDI or DaaS deployment are using 2D or lightweight 3D applications (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite) can easily be rendered using the CPU resources in the server making the benefits of using GPUs less obvious for these users. Thus, a properly designed display protocol needs to be able to deliver a great user experience whether a GPU is present or not while minimizing the impact on network bandwidth and the number of desktops that can be hosted on each server.

Topics: PCoIP, Zero Client, VMware, NVIDIA Grid, Remote Display Protocols, H.264, Blast Extreme Vs PCoIP, lossless, Blast Extreme, Hardware Accelerator, GPU, pcoip encoding, NVIDIA, VMware Horizon, 3D graphics, latency, Bandwidth, Horizon Protocols

Cloud Migration Made Easy with Teradici Cloud Access Software

Posted by Teradici on September 19, 2016

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

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

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