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Serving up a Side of PCoIP with NVIDIA Omniverse
May 22, 2020

As we continue to settle into the “new normal,” however temporary, it was a welcome moment of lightheartedness watching Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO,...

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TOPICS: PCoIP, cloud graphics, NVIDIA, 3D graphics, GPUs in the Cloud, remote graphics, GTC, NVIDIA GPU, Remote Working, NVIDIA RTX6000 GPU, Jensen Huang

Hewlett Packard Enterprise becomes a Teradici reseller
April 9, 2020

New reference architecture available for HPE ProLiant servers integrated with Cloud Access Software There are many modern industrial applications...

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TOPICS: VDI, GPU, NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, virtual workstations, NVIDIA GPU, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HPE ProLiant, NVIDIA RTX6000 GPU, reference architecture

The disruptive road to mass telework
March 24, 2020

With my home city in a state of emergency and Teradici corporate staff home-lifted at a single days’ notice, I’m adjusting to a new normality, as...

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TOPICS: PCoIP, NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, Cloud Endpoints, PCoIP Technology, PCoIP Ultra, Ian Main, COVID-19, coronavirus, quarantine, Remote Working, Work-from-Home Rapid Response Guide

IBC 2019: World debut of Wacom Cintiq Pro Pen Display in Google Cloud-based workflow
September 24, 2019

At the IBC Conference and Exhibition in Amsterdam, visitors had a chance to experience an artist-centered cloud-based virtual production workflow,...

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TOPICS: PCoIP, Media & Entertainment, Wacom, NVIDIA, Google, Cloud Access, Cloud Access Plus, IBC, PCoIP Technology, PCoIP Ultra, NVIDIA GPU, wacom tablet, Google Cloud Platform, IBC 2019, Tablet

Expanded Support for NVIDIA NVENC Coming August 2019
July 30, 2019

If you’ve been paying attention to the latest developments of the Teradici PCoIP protocol, you’ve likely noticed a few mentions of NVIDIA,...

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TOPICS: SIGGRAPH, NVIDIA, NVIDIA NVENC, NVIDIA GPU

GTC 2019: Proof that Cloud Access Software is the Choice For Secure Remoting
April 8, 2019

Developers, researchers, and business leaders attend the NVIDIA GTC conference to preview groundbreaking technologies related to artificial...

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TOPICS: NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, Virtual Desktops, GTC

Introducing PCoIP Ultra...
April 4, 2019

Our most advanced protocol enhancements yet Visitors to this blog are probably quite familiar with our PCoIP® technology. This remote display...

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TOPICS: PCoIP, protocol, cloud graphics, NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, 4K UHD Display, remote graphics, PCoIP Technology, multicloud, PCoIP Ultra, DNEG, Remote Display Protocol

Cloud Access Software Elevating Media & Entertainment with Key Partners
August 13, 2018

Last month, Teradici and Cloud Access Software were highlighted in several activities and events by key partners. Of course, while we here are...

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TOPICS: Media & Entertainment, NVIDIA, Cloud Access Software, Google Cloud, Google, Cloud Access

PCoIP Delivers Powerful 3D Mapping From The Cloud
October 28, 2016

"...a major milestone in the delivery of high-end graphics applications."  John Meza, EsriMapping software leader, Esri has been taking advantage...

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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 Does Not Measure up to PCoIP
October 17, 2016

VMware recently announced the release of the Blast Extreme protocol in VMware Horizon 7, built on the H.264 video codec. A lot of claims have been...

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TOPICS: PCoIP, Zero Client, VMware, End-point Security, Remote Display Protocols, H.264, Blast Extreme Vs PCoIP, Blast Extreme, GPU, pcoip encoding, NVIDIA, VMware Horizon, Cloud Access Software, CPU Load, Battery Life, Linux, Horizon Protocols