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Teradici PCoIP technology

Below are some guidelines for customers looking to set up workstations remotely using PCoIP.

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This above shows a Windows or Linux set up. Item 3 is a PCIe x4 card that is installed in your computer. On the remote end, item 5 above, is a small computerless appliance that provides the remote GUI / connection functionality (back to your computer at the office).

Read more about item 3, which is the encoder PCIe card:  DXH4 Remote Workstation Card

Read more about item 5, which is the zero appliance decoder box:  DXZ4 Zero Client

For Mac, the ideal solution would be an external unit, like this KVM extender based on KVM-over-IP technology using PCoIP: DXT-H4 KVM Extender Host

Delivery on these items will take from one to two weeks at the moment, but we will keep checking in with manufacturing for updates. Please contact sales if you have any questions at all, or would like to place an order.

You may also want to consider Leostream for secure remote access with Teradici. The Leostream platform manages the connection of end users to their desktops and applications in on-premises data centers, in the cloud and across hybrid environments from a single-pane-of-glass admin console.


Recommended Links

BrightTALK webinar: Remote Work: How to get started quickly using PCoIP technology
Teradici Work From Home Guide


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