Teradici Cloud Access Software Launches on AWS Marketplace, Delivering Graphics-Intensive Applications from the Cloud

Enables enterprises to easily move Windows or Linux graphics applications to Amazon Web Services

BURNABY, British Columbia, Feb. 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Teradici, the creator of PCoIP® technology, today announced the availability of its Cloud Access Software on AWS Marketplace, to allow enterprise customers to access their graphics-intensive Windows and Linux applications from Amazon Web Services (AWS) with the same highly responsive user experience of a local workstation.

“We are simplifying how enterprises securely lift and shift their workstations and applications to the cloud and offering Cloud Access Software through AWS Marketplace was the clear next step in broadening the availability of this software to customers,” said Dan Cordingley, CEO of Teradici. “Our unique technology can now be consumed easily by AWS customers. Billing is simplified and bundled with cloud consumption into one payment, streamlining how customers visualize graphics-intensive applications from AWS.”

Built on Teradici’s trusted PCoIP® technology, Cloud Access Software is the leading remoting solution allowing users to deliver graphics-intensive applications from AWS and take advantage of the benefits of the cloud, like computing power and storage flexibility. It delivers a secure and highly responsive user experience for GPU applications in industries such as Media & Entertainment, Design Manufacturing, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, and Oil & Gas. It uses the PCoIP protocol to enable advanced display compression, which transmits content as encrypted pixels from AWS securely and losslessly to any endpoint.

Cloud Access Software supports both Windows and Linux applications hosted on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) G3 instances. Users can access their applications remotely from laptops, tablets, or ultra-secure PCoIP Zero Clients. Software clients are available for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and Chrome OS.

Cloud Access Software is available on the AWS Marketplace in all regions with Amazon EC2 G3 instances beginning today, and the cost of Cloud Access Software ($0.50/hour, or $240/year) will be integrated into a customer’s AWS bill, resulting in a single and simple payment. All new Cloud Access Software feature updates will also be available through AWS Marketplace and supported on Windows Server 2016 and CentOS 7 operating systems.

For more information about Teradici and its offerings available on AWS Marketplace, please visit www.teradici.com or you may check out the Windows version at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07953VVL4 and you can find the
Linux version at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07953G5RJ.

About Teradici

Teradici is the creator of the PCoIP remoting protocol technology and Cloud Access Software, the leading solution for a cloud-ready future. The company, founded in 2004 and based in Burnaby, British Columbia outside of Vancouver, is focused on its core mission of seamless delivery of workstations and applications for end-users.

Teradici PCoIP® technology is the most secure remoting technology in the marketplace, enabling visualization of even the most graphics-intensive applications. Teradici Cloud Access Software, built on PCoIP technology, enables enterprises to securely leverage public cloud GPU instances to confidently lift and shift the most graphics-intensive Windows or Linux applications to the public cloud, avoiding costly rewrites.

The company’s technology is deployed by Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies and service providers from around the world. Teradici also partners with leading cloud providers to continue delivering the best user experiences and enabling our customers’ the ability to scale to millions of users.

Teradici and PCoIP are trademarks of Teradici Corporation and are registered in the United States and/or other countries. Any other trademarks or registered trademarks mentioned in this release are the intellectual property of their respective owners.

Carmen Mantalas