|By Business Wire||
|June 10, 2014 09:10 AM EDT||
The companies will describe how IT managers can provide secure, remote access with uncompromised performance to workstation users, and deliver computing resources anytime, anywhere to mobile workers in today’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) workplace environments. Industrial Light & Magic Director of Engineering, Kevin Clark, will share his firsthand experience enabling post-production teams to collaborate seamlessly with remote visualization using Teradici PCoIP Remote Workstation solutions.
Kevin Clark, Director of Engineering, Industrial Light & Magic - a division of Lucasfilm
Olivier Favre, Director of Product Management, Teradici
|Thursday, June 12, 2014|
|10-11 a.m. PDT/1-2 p.m. EDT|
Register now for this online event
The Industrial Light & Magic case study is available here for an in-depth look at the company’s successful deployment of full-fidelity remote computing to creative teams in San Francisco, Singapore, and Vancouver to achieve the following results:
- Greater flexibility and mobility: Remote viewing of dailies speeds reviews and lets distributed teams collaborate from anywhere.
- Enhanced security: Consolidation of file servers, render farms, and storage arrays in the data center ensures IT can maintain control of creative assets, without restricting artists’ work.
- High-level performance: PCoIP remote display protocol compresses, encodes, and delivers the entire workstation experience from the data center to the end user in full-fidelity (full frame rate and access to 3D/HD media).
- Simplicity: Reduce heat and noise with easy-to-deploy PCoIP Zero Clients.
Industrial Light & Magic, a Lucasfilm, Ltd. company, has created visual effects for nearly 300 feature films including 10 of the top 15 box office hits of all time, and half of the top 50. ILM has earned 15 Academy Awards® for Best Visual Effects and 23 Scientific and Technical Achievement Awards.
About the Teradici PCoIP Remote Workstation Solutions for Media & Entertainment
For more than seven years, Teradici has carved out a leadership position with its flagship PCoIP Remote Workstation solutions, enabling workstations under-the-desk or in the data center to transmit high resolution, full-frame-rate 3D graphics and HD media to remote users around the globe.
The “who’s who” in media and entertainment companies count on Teradici remote workstation solutions throughout the design and production process for award-winning special visual effects and motion graphics for film, episodic TV, commercials, interactive web and gaming. Remote computing with Teradici optimizes creativity and innovation among artists, editors, producers and animators – all within a secure IT environment.
The PCoIP remote display technology resolves the challenges of managing, maintaining and securing enterprise workstations through a chipset that compresses and encodes the entire workstation experience. Pixels are then transmitted over a standard IP network to stateless Zero Client devices for better performance or Teradici PCoIP Software client for greater flexibility. PCoIP solutions offer a high-fidelity workstation experience to the end user while increasing collaboration, productivity and security.
Teradici PCoIP technology is the fabric of the virtual workspace. It powers the spectrum of local, remote, mobile and collaborative work styles, fundamentally simplifying how computing is provisioned, managed and used. Simple, green, and cost-effective, the Teradici PCoIP virtual workspace architecture delivers a secure, high-definition, highly responsive computing experience. For more information, visit www.teradici.com.
Teradici and PCoIP are trademarks of Teradici Corporation and are registered in the United States and/or other countries. Any other trademarks or registered trademarks mentioned in this release are the intellectual property of their respective owners.
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