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Not all remote desktop software or display protocols are created equal
If you have ever accessed a remote workspace, you have used a remote display protocol. Teradici CAS connects users to their remote desktops and workstations, delivering a highly responsive, color-accurate, lossless, and distortion-free experience for even the most graphics-intensive workloads.
We do it through the PCoIP protocol, which ensures your organization’s data and content never leave your secure data center. Awarded an Emmy by the Television Academy for Engineering Development, Teradici is the gold standard in remoting software for performance, security, and deployment flexibility.
Learn more about how we are making remote work, work for in-office, remote and hybrid workers everywhere and anywhere.
With the largest virtual workstation ecosystem in the world
You choose the infrastructure you want – any on-prem, in the cloud or hybrid data center, any OS and application, any client endpoint.
IT teams deploy remote desktops and workstations in any data center by installing PCoIP Agents.
IT Administrators secure, broker, provision and monitor connections with CAS Manager.
Users access their remote machines from any PCoIP Zero Client, PCoIP-Enabled Thin Client, PC, Mac, laptop, or tablet by installing a PCoIP Client.
Keep content and data secure in your data center or public cloud
Only image information is sent to endpoints in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves your secure data center.
Enable users to be productive, whether in office, at home, or even on a plane
Supports any application or use case regardless of network conditions, from standard desktops to high frame rate 4K/UHD graphics workloads.
Decide for yourself what infrastructure you want or deploy on whatever you have now
Use any endpoint and install in any host environment, from a standalone workstation to a multicloud deployment connecting to Windows or Linux desktops (macOS coming soon).