|[February 21, 2013]
Teradici to Showcase and Present PCoIP Solution Offerings at VMware Partner Exchange 2013
BURNABY, British Columbia --(Business Wire)--
Teradici, the developer of the PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®)
protocol, will exhibit and showcase its full range of desktop
virtualization solutions in booth 1501 at VMware Partner Exchange
taking place February 25 - 27 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas,
With its extensive PCoIP ecosystem and solution offerings, Teradici
enables VMware partners to grow their VDI business. Teradici's Channel
Partner Program enables resellers, distributors and systems
integrators to differentiate their business and drive profitability
through innovative, affordable products that help enterprise customers
realize the ROI of their VDI deployments.
Additionally, Mike Fodor, director of enterprise software solutions at
Teradici, will present a Solution Exchange Theater Presentation on
Tuesday, Feb 26 at 3:30pm. During his session "Accelerate Deals &
Dollars with PCoIP Solutions" Fodor will discuss how PCoIP solutions can
expand virtual desktop opportunities tenfold.
Teradici will offer live demonstrations of its PCoIP solutions at booth
Arch™ published desktop - delivers PCoIP support for Microsoft (News - Alert)
RDS desktop sessions and enables the use of PCoIP zero clients that
deliver excellent performance, low TCO and high security. Teradici
Arch leverages VMware Horizon View™ to deliver mix deployments of VDI
and session-based desktops over a single protocol.
APEX™ 2800 server offload card - ensures the success of VMware
Horizon View™ and Teradici Arch deployments by offloading PCoIP image
encoding tasks, and reducing server CPU utilization. This empowers IT
managers to protect and ensure a consistent user experience, while
enabling increased VDI consolidation ratios.
Tera2 PCoIP zero clients - provides the most secure, highest
performance, and easiest-to-manage endpoints that are quick to set up,
very low power and available in multiple form factors. PCoIP zero
clients can be used to connect to VMware View virtual desktops,
Teradici Arch published desktops and PCoIP remote workstations.