|By Business Wire||
|August 19, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
Teradici®, developer of industry-leading PCoIP® technology for virtual workspaces, today announced its participation at VMworld 2014 U.S., from August 24 through 28 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
At this year’s show, Teradici will debut its new PCoIP Technical Support Service offering and feature live demonstrations at Booth #729, including:
- PCoIP Technology Powering the Virtual Workspace - PCoIP technology enables flexible access to a variety of hosted desktop solutions including VMware Horizon (virtual desktops and applications), VMware Horizon DaaS and Remote Workstation solutions.
- PCoIP Hardware Accelerator - Teradici high-performance PCoIP Hardware Accelerator can be used with virtualized GPU to more effectively support high-end graphics applications in a VMware VDI environment, and ensure a consistent end user experience.
- PCoIP Management Console - The Management Console is a free web based tool that allows you to manage and deploy an entire ecosystem of PCoIP devices.
- Voice Unified Communications for PCoIP Zero Clients - PCoIP Zero Clients combined with CounterPath Bria Softphone Virtualized Edition is a highly scalable solution that will support enterprise customers across the broadest range of SIP-compliant environments, including Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Broadsoft, Cisco, Metaswitch Networks and Mitel for voice, messaging, presence, contacts and social media.
Teradici customers from the University of South Carolina Upstate and University of Arkansas, Sam M. Walton College of Business, will participate in a VMware panel on “Tackling Device Diversity in K-12 and Higher Education.” Attendees will learn about the challenges of supporting student devices in today’s BYOD educational environments, and best practices for enabling equal access to digital content and applications for students.
Moderator: Geoff Murase, Group Product Marketing Manager, VMware
|William Allred, manager of IS, University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business|
|John Krull, IT officer, Oakland Unified School District|
|Kevin Hodges, system administrator, University of South Carolina Upstate|
|Lauren Miskelly, head of small and mid-market education sales, North America, Google|
|Monday, August 25, 2014|
|5:00-6:00 p.m. PDT|
Teradici and Dell will also deliver a breakout session to showcase the features and benefits of using Dell Wyse D10DP PCoIP optimized thin clients in a VMware Horizon View environment. Attendees will learn how Yale-New Haven Hospital successfully deployed thousands of virtual desktops that are enabling doctors, nurses and clinicians to have secure access to feature-rich, high-fidelity desktop computing resources at the point of care – anytime and anywhere – with Dell Wyse D10DP PCoIP optimized thin clients. By combining the performance benefits of the PCoIP protocol, the flexibility of the Dell Wyse ThinOS platform and the convenience of WiFi, Dell is offering the industry’s most secure and robust thin client yet, in workplace settings with limited access to a wired network.
Ziad Lammam, director of product management, Teradici
|John Atkins, product manager, Dell|
|David Franco, solutions architect, Yale New Haven Hospital|
|Wednesday, August 27, 2014|
|3:30-4:30 p.m. PDT|
For more information on Teradici announcements and promotions at VMworld 2014 U.S. in San Francisco, please visit http://connect.teradici.com/vmworld.
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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