PCoIP Host Card Kits

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PCoIP Host Cards
PCoIP Host Cards

What do PCoIP Host Cards Do?

PCoIP Host Card Kits

Centralize your computers and switch to virtual desktops

Easy to Manage, Fast to Deploy

ClearCube® PCoIP® Host Cards deliver stunning high definition dual- and quad-monitor video performance. The V5400-series host cards use powerful Teradici® PCoIP processors for intelligent video, audio, and USB delivery—secure and encrypted—from remote servers, workstations, and PCs to remote client devices. You can now provision your existing compute resources with the high-performance video card that is standard in ClearCube Blades and Workstations.

PCoIP Host Card Kits

PCoIP V5422 Host Card

V5422 PCoIP Dual-monitor Host Card Kit

ClearCube® V5422 PCoIP®Host Cards deliver stunning high definition dual monitor video performance. The V5422 host cards use powerful Teradici® PCoIP processors for intelligent video, audio, and USB delivery — secure and encrypted — from remote servers, workstations, and PCs to remote client devices.

PCoIP V5442 Host Card

V5442 PCoIP Quad-monitor Host Card Kit

ClearCube integrates V5442 in A-Series and M-Series rack-mounted workstations to deliver full 1920 × 1200 resolution on up to four monitors, or 3840× 2160 resolution on up to two monitors. ClearCube Blades and Workstations are purpose-built for V5442 Host Cards with mounting, cooling, and cable connections designed to optimize space and minimize deployment effort.

Frequently Asked Questions

ClearCube integrates V5400 into our A-Series, M-Series, and R-Series Blades and Workstations to deliver full 1920 × 1200 resolution on up to four monitors, or 2560 × 1600 resolution on up to two monitors. ClearCube Blades and Workstations are purpose-built for V5422 and V5442 Host Cards with mounting, cooling, and cable connections designed to optimize space and minimize deployment effort. For installation in third-party PCs and workstations, V5400-series Host Cards require only a free ×1 PCIe slot, a video card (GPU), or a system with integrated graphics and video out (DP®, MiniDP, HDMI®, or DVI port).

One of the most noticeable differences will be resolution. For users who need to have crisp and clear resolution they will want to use PCoIP. Some cloud providers do not support certain protocols, so make sure you check! For more differences, check out our article on PCoIP vs Blast Extreme.

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