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VMware End User Computing: Enhancing Graphics Processing with Teradici PCoIP Host Cards and VMware View

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Teradici and VMware have just released an updated version of the white paper Using PCoIP Host Cards with VMware View. Teradici PCoIP host cards are designed specifically for the most demanding graphics application users in your VMware View deployment. These are graphics users currently running applications directly on a dedicated workstation in industries such as automotive and aerospace, oil and gas exploration, bank trading floors, defense and intelligence, healthcare, and media and entertainment video creation. A relevant use case is a video editor working on a 1080p video, with one or more monitors, at 60 frames per second. With Teradici PCoIP host cards, you can empower this type of user to run these same high-end graphics applications in a View deployment, on a remote desktop. 

The PCoIP host card that enables remote access through VMware View resides in the workstation dedicated to the high-end graphics user. This workstation has its own graphics processing unit (GPU) to handle the demands of the high-end graphics application. You install the PCoIP host card and the View Agent on this workstation. The PCoIP host card connects to the graphics output of the GPU, encodes and encrypts the graphics output into the PCoIP protocol, and then provides remote access in the View environment.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware End User Computing: Enhancing Graphics Processing with Teradici PCoIP Host Cards and VMware View- VMware Blogs

  

 

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