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Have you moved to virtualizing your desktops? Are you struggling to determine which is the best client for your users with varying computational needs? Let’s set the story straight…
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In this guest post, Imprivata's Chris Feeney looks back at some of the milestones leading to the IT security company's success in the healthcare industry.
It was February 2012 at HIMSS in Las Vegas when I first got a glimpse into the future of end-user computing. Little did I know that it would dominate much of my career over the next five years at Imprivata, and in particular within the healthcare industry.
Topics: PCoIP, VDI, Zero Client, VMware, Healthcare, Data Security, PCoIP Management Console, PCoIP Zero Clients, Chris Feeney, Imprivata, Single Sign-On, Christus Health, Beaufort Memorial Hospital, Security, SSO, Metro Health, Guest Post, Imprivata OneSign
Moore’s law continues to provide ever more powerful server processors that provide the ability to support more virtual desktops per server and improve the cost per desktop accordingly. How do these more powerful servers affect the value of PCoIP protocol offload provided by PCoIP Hardware Accelerator?
2017 is the year that the Cloud becomes mainstream. It has been estimated that 92% of global data center traffic will come from the cloud by 2020, and yet already we see the cloud becoming the “new normal” when it comes to IT infrastructure.
For the past two years, we have seen forward-thinking organizations go all in on the cloud, while others have adopted an approach that embraces the cloud for only new IT investments. Based on the growing pressures and opportunities of the cloud, we offer the following predictions...
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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
10ZiG Technology also had big news this year at VMworld 2016. While Teradici is here celebrating our 3 millionth PCoIP Zero Client, 10ZiG is launching two new advanced dual screen PCoIP Zero Clients. 10ZiG is debuting two new PCoIP Zero Clients with DP (DisplayPort) and DVI (Digital Video Interface) video ports.
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.
When a virtualized desktop environment fails to meet expectations, it’s likely due to either poor end user experience or higher than expected TCO, or both. The root cause is often a capacity issue. When server density is maxed out, that’s when you start to see performance problems such as choppy videos and reduced interactivity for applications.
End users expect reliable and consistent performance, not slowdowns that remind them of the dreaded hourglass or “spinning wheel of death” that indicates an overburdened CPU. Thankfully, there is a solution that can dramatically reduce the load on servers and protect the user experience at all times: the Teradici PCoIP Hardware Accelerator.
HPE LoadRunner now includes support for Teradici's PCoIP protocol, allowing you to load test your cloud or on-premise virtual deployment prior to going live or to load test patches and changes before rolling them out to the entire system.
HPE LoadRunner is a software testing tool provided from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, used to test applications and to measure system behavior and performance under load. Using LoadRunner, you can get an accurate picture of end-to-end system performance to identify and resolve issues before applications go live. LoadRunner software provides system performance information for more than 50 application technologies and protocols, and now, thanks to the partnership between Teradici and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, you can now ensure your company’s remote desktop environments are ready for production workloads.