Teradici showcases PCoIP optimized client for mobile and tablet virtual desktop users

Telecom Lead Team:
Teradici, a developer of the PC-over-IP
(PCoIP) protocol that enables a true PC experience for desktop virtualization,
has showcased a joint technology demonstration with Texas Instruments (TI) at
CES 2012.


demonstration highlights the performance and efficiency of both the OMAP4460
smart multicore processor and Teradici PCoIP protocol.


demonstration showed the PCoIP protocol delivering a VMware View virtual
desktop using TI’s OMAP4460 mobile processor.


OMAP 4’s smart multicore architecture allows users to experience the
high-performance remote virtual desktop session on a monitor while concurrently
enjoying a full Android experience or demanding application such as an HD video
conference session on a second screen.


collaborating with TI on the OMAP 4 platform, we are expanding our portfolio of
optimized solutions to provide mobile and enterprise customers with
multimedia-rich virtual desktop performance,” said Dan Cordingley, president
and chief executive officer of Teradici.


will also be demonstrating a concurrent video conferencing session running on
the same OMAP 4 platform. This demonstration will show the continuing evolution
of the PCoIP protocol which is expanding to support new hardware and software


efficiency of the PCoIP protocol in a virtual desktop environment capitalizes
on the performance of the OMAP 4 platform, allowing us to deliver a very
compelling virtual desktop user experience,” said Dennis Rauschmayer, general
manager, OMAP enterprise business line, TI.


year, Texas Instruments introduced a new Sub-1 GHz RF Value Line family, offering
developers low-cost connectivity solutions for sub-1 GHz RF applications such
as remote controls, toys, home and building automation, and security systems.


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