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Today Hewlett-Packard has published a new press release about a new zero client for VMware View. The HP t310 zero client features the Teradici Tera2 zero client processor which gives you up to five times the imaging performance of the Tera1 processor. The client will be available in North America in September and it starts at $369 and varies on the hardware options.
Great news for VMware View customers and prospects. The t310 is the second PCoIP client from HP next to the PD02 which is a eVGA OEM.
I’ve almost overseen this one:
New Tera2 zero client processors deliver high-performance, security and manageability on PCoIP hosted desktops for VMware View®, PCoIP remote workstations and Teradici RDSH for Microsoft® RDS environments
Burnaby, British Columbia – August 14, 2012 — Teradici, the developer of the innovative PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®) protocol that enables a true PC experience for hosted desktops, today announced the availability of its next-generation Tera2 PCoIP zero client processors. Backed by an ecosystem of over 30 OEM desktop client partners, the new Tera2 PCoIP zero client chipset includes the TERA2321 dual display zero client processor and the TERA2140 quad display zero client processor.
PCoIP zero clients are a key component of Teradici’s industry-leading, end-to-end VDI technology and partner ecosystem which includes VMware View,APEX™ 2800 server offload cards, PCoIP remote workstations and Teradici RDSH for Microsoft RDS environments. PCoIP zero clients are available from over 30 OEM partners with SKUs and form factors to fit every need including integrated monitors, standalone clients, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) clients, IP phones and touch screen monitors.
Tera2 PCoIP zero client features include:
- DisplayPort added to existing DVI and VGA interfaces with up to 2560×1600 resolution and 30” monitor support
- Up to five times the VDI pixel performance over the previous generation zero client
- At under 6W of typical system power, Tera2 dual display zero clients consume half the power of the previous generation
- New quad display zero client support with VMware View
- Faster USB 2.0 transfer rates
- Reduced bandwidth with client-side caching and enhanced compression
- Full power management with Wake-on-LAN support
- Smaller, more integrated processor enables compact zero client form factors
- Stronger AES256-bit encryption
- Support for upcoming unified communications voice over IP solutions
- Additional smart card support and other new features included in the latest PCoIP Firmware and Management Console release
- Broker connectivity to virtual desktops or remote workstation hosts using VMware View Manager
“Teradici is looking forward to demonstrating our next-generation Tera2 PCoIP zero clients at VMworld 2012, together with our ecosystem of OEM partners and unique zero client form factors,” said Trent Punnett, vice president of marketing, Teradici. “PCoIP zero clients continue to deliver the most secure, easiest to manage and highest performance virtual desktop experience on the market. The Tera2 dual and quad display zero client processors will take this experience to the next level by packing in new features and new capabilities that our customers have requested.”
Teradici next-generation Tera2 PCoIP zero clients will soon be available from leading OEM vendors and will be demonstrated at Teradici booth #917 at VMworld 2012 taking place August 26-30 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. For more information, visit www.teradici.com/zeroclient.
Supporting Quotes (in alphabetical order)
“Teradici’s latest Tera2 PCoIP zero client technology supports the efficiency and security of centralized computing, offering a true, uncompromised computing experience for our expanding customer base. This latest chipset delivers a powerful, feature rich, secure and easy to manage PCoIP zero client for even greater benefits to our VDI and remote workstation customers,” said Kiran Rao, sr. product manager, Dell Wyse.
“We applaud Teradici for continuing to align Tera2 PCoIP zero client functionality with the requirements of the most demanding VDI and remote workstation deployments, where security is the primary concern. We look forward to providing our customers with high-performance, secure and easy-to-manage PCoIP zero clients,” said Jeff Groudan, director, Thin Clients, HP.
“At LG Electronics, we recognize the value in providing our worldwide enterprise customers with outstanding desktop client solutions. We are excited working together with Teradici to deliver next-generation Tera2 zero client monitor solutions to address the growing needs of our VDI and remote workstation customers,” said J.J. Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of the IT Business Unit of LG Home Entertainment Company, LG Electronics.
“At Samsung we are dedicated to delivering the latest technology solutions to our customers. We are excited to continue this partnership with Teradici to deliver fully integrated Tera2 PCoIP zero client monitor solutions for VDI and remote workstations. We believe Samsung’s LCD-integrated zero clients with Tera2 will deliver added functionality and enhance the user experience,” said Charles Park, vice president, Visual Display, Samsung Electronics.
“PCoIP zero clients deliver incredible performance, security and manageability benefits for VMware View® deployments. The next-generation Tera2 zero client chipset has dynamic features with the performance to meet the needs of an expanding ecosystem of VDI customers in federal, healthcare, education, financial services and other enterprise markets,” said Raj Mallempati, director, product marketing, End-User Computing, VMware
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About PCoIP Technology
Teradici’s PCoIP protocol is an innovative remote display technology that allows the user’s desktop operating system, applications, and data to reside in the datacenter, eliminating the need for traditional desktop workstations, PCs and thin clients, and delivers an uncompromised user experience to each person, anywhere, over any network and to any type of device without incurring the security risks associated with having data reside in remote PCs, laptops, or tablets. PCoIP technology provides high resolution, full frame rate 3D graphics and high-definition media, with full USB peripheral interoperability, locally over a LAN or remotely over a high-latency WAN. It compresses, encrypts and encodes the entire computing experience at the datacenter and transmits it ‘pixels only’ across a standard IP network to secure, stateless PCoIP zero clients, thin clients, and mobile devices.
The PCoIP protocol is implemented in several software configurations, including VMware View™, the industry leading desktop virtualization platform as well as in silicon for hardware accelerated performance and enhanced security. A growing ecosystem of over 30 third-party vendors provide a wide variety of PCoIP products including server plug-in cards, rack and tower workstations, blade PCs, zero clients, integrated monitors, and IP phones with PCoIP capability.
Teradici Corporation has developed PCoIP® (PC-over-IP®) technology, a unique remote display protocol which makes network delivered computing a viable corporate computing reality. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Burnaby, BC, Canada, Teradici for the first time enables an exceptional end user experience for datacenter-based computing. Through a combination of unique graphics algorithms, flexible software solutions, high-performance silicon processing, and workstation/server add-in cards, the company is changing how personal computers are used, deployed and managed. For more information, including current career openings, visit: www.teradici.com.
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