Teradici, the developer of the PC-over-IP (PCoIP) protocol, will showcase its full range of desktop virtualization solutions, as well as its joint solution with Imprivata, at the VMware User Group in Indianapolis on July 26. Teradici PCoIP solutions provide the unique remote display protocol that is essential to the performance of all VMware View deployments. In addition to demonstrations of the Teradici APEX 2800 server offload card, Teradici will also be showcasing its joint solution with Imprivata.
Teradici APEX 2800 Server Offload Card
Teradici will demonstrate the full benefits of the APEX 2800 card and its compatibility with VMware View 5.1 deployments. Monitoring the activity of all virtual machines on a server, the APEX 2800 dynamically offloads the most active 64 displays, improving the consolidation ratio by up to 2x and reducing the cost per virtual desktop. The card also acts as an insurance policy against unexpected image processing loads on the View server CPUs, ensuring a consistent user experience.
PCoIP Zero Client with Imprivata No Click Access
Teradici will showcase No Click Access to roaming desktops using VDA, VMware View and PCoIP zero clients to provide doctors, nurses and clinicians with fast and secure access to their roaming desktops from any location with a simple tap of their badge. With no OS, no hard drive, and receiving pixels only for display, PCoIP zero clients are ultra-secure, easy to manage devices that offer the richest user experience in a VMware View environment. Without the need for entering multiple passwords, healthcare providers can now benefit from dramatic savings in time, leading to better patient care.