SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Teradici, the developer of the PCoIP® protocol, today announced the shipment of its one millionth PCoIP zero client through its extensive partner ecosystem. To celebrate this achievement, Teradici will give away a trip to VMworld Europe 2013 in Barcelona from October 15-17. Entries will be accepted at Teradici booth #905 this week at VMworld in San Francisco, August 25-29 or online at Teradici.com/onemillion.
“This milestone achievement could not have been possible without the phenomenal dedication of each and every one of our partners,” said Dan Cordingley, CEO and president of Teradici. “Today, more than a million zero client users are experiencing the promise of virtual computing with products built with Teradici PCoIP technology, thanks to our successful collaboration with such a strong ecosystem. I’m proud of our accomplishments to date and look forward to many more in the future.”
Teradici PCoIP zero clients enable the ultimate virtual desktop and remote workstation experience for end-user computing. The unique technology allows organizations to take full advantage of the benefits promised by virtualization, while also supporting a rich multimedia experience with significant advantages over desktop PCs and traditional client solutions. The stateless architecture of PCoIP zero clients, along with the absence of data at the desktop, enables Teradici to provide the easiest to manage, most secure and highest performance user experience for office workers and power users.
“Our partnership with Teradici has continued to strengthen since the inception of the PCoIP protocol technology within our VMware Horizon View™ solutions. The flexibility of remote user access with the full performance of a host system can enhance agility for users,” said Mason Uyeda, senior director, End-User Computing, VMware.
“Teradici’s PCoIP protocol and Dell Wyse’s zero client technology delivers a secure, easy to manage solution that provides an outstanding user experience for VMware Horizon View and remote users,” said Jeff McNaught, executive director of marketing and chief strategy officer at Dell Cloud Client Computing. “The Dell Wyse P25 and P45 zero client collaboration has enabled thousands of customers to adopt desktop virtualization with success and continues onto the next million with the addition of the Dell Wyse D10DP PCoIP thin client.”
“There is a growing need for fast, powerful virtual desktop environments across industries from healthcare to government,” said Jeff Groudan, marketing director, Thin Clients, HP. “With the HP t310 zero client integrating Teradici’s PCoIP silicon, we’ve been able to give our diverse population of customers a secure, high-performance and easy to manage solution.”
“The Teradici PCoIP zero client chipset, combined with VMware’s virtual desktop software, has delivered a powerful and secure virtual computing solution for our customers,” said Hyoung-sei Park, head of the LG Electronics IT division. “We are extremely pleased with the performance capabilities of our LG V-Series LED Cloud Monitor zero client and the positive user feedback that has evolved with the integration of Teradici’s PCoIP technology.”
“At Samsung, we are dedicated to delivering high performance solutions to our customers,” said Greg Spence, senior product manager, VDI Endpoints, Samsung. “We look forward to our continued partnership with Teradici as we provide its highly integrated PCoIP technology into our LCD-integrated zero clients for added functionality and exceptional user experience.”
For an extensive list of Teradici zero client vendors and partners, visit http://www.teradici.com/where-to-buy/extensive-ecosystem.php.
To enter to win a trip to VMworld Europe through Teradici’s One Million Milestone Giveaway, apply online or in person this week at Teradici booth #905 at VMworld 2013.
Teradici PCoIP virtual workspaces change everything about the way you work. From where you work to what you work on. It’s where data remains secure and users experience the freedom of a flexible workspace on any device, anywhere. Simple, flexible, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible, our PCoIP technology is the fabric of better computing.
Teradici technology is the fabric of the virtual workspace. Teradici powers the spectrum of local, remote, mobile and collaborative work styles, fundamentally simplifying how computing is provisioned, managed and used.
The company’s PCoIP technology is deployed end-to-end in virtual environments, from hardware accelerators to zero clients, standalone workstations and mobile devices. Simple, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible, PCoIP technology delivers a secure, high-definition computing experience.
Teradici customers benefit from a broad ecosystem of innovative software and hardware products, and include Fortune 500 enterprises and institutions around the world, local and federal government agencies, and cloud and service providers.
Teradici was founded in 2004, and is headquartered in California and British Columbia.