PCoIP vs Blast Extreme

PCoIP vs H.264 6

Blast is remote display protocols that boost the performance of endpoint devices in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployments. PCoIP is developed by Teradici and VMware takes the credit for introducing Blast Extreme. Let’s discuss how both protocols use data transfer rules that allow a desktop hosted at one location to display a client’s screen at … Read more

What is Citrix Receiver and How Does It Work?

What is Citrix Receiver and How Does It Work?

Definition  Citrix Receiver is easy to install software which connects remote client devices to desktops and apps through the HDX protocol. The plug-ins available to versions of the Receiver depends on a client’s form factor, features, and capabilities. The HDX protocol is built on top of the ICA protocol which transfers keyboard and mouse input … Read more

Why VMware Blast Extreme for Your Virtual Desktop Environment

Why VMware Blast Extreme for Your Virtual Desktop Environment

What Is VMware Blast Extreme? Blast Extreme is remote display technology in Horizon 7 and it was developed by VMware for VDI. It supports H.264-capable client devices and deals with graphics-intensive virtual workloads. Blast Extreme uses NVIDIA GRID virtualized GPUs to boost bandwidth, latency and frames per second (FPS). At the same time, it decreases … Read more

The Benefits of PCoIP versus H.264 Protocols

The Benefits of PCoIP versus H.264 Protocols

Introduction Teradici PCoIP is multi-codec remote display technology that streamlines performance under different network conditions with remarkable versatility. This protocol delivers pixel-based desktop videos to client endpoints. At the same time, it ensures that a dedicated physical desktop in the data center receives internal and external device data. PCoIP focuses on adaptive UDP based networking. … Read more

Item added to cart.
0 items - $0.00