Overview

With Teradici PCoIP® technology, government organizations can respond faster to the needs of lawmakers, agencies, constituents, and citizens while reducing IT infrastructure and operating costs.

Central computing means that information never leaves the data center – adding a significant layer of protection against eavesdropping or malfeasance. PCoIP technology encrypts and transmits “pixels only” across a standard IP network to PCoIP-enabled clients that decode and display those pixels. The encryption module uses AES 256 and NSA Suite B cyphers.

Pair PCoIP Zero Clients with USB security authorization, a smart card or proximity card system, or other single sign-on devices to meet the highest security requirements.

Reducing the cost and complexity of computing systems while maintaining high security is a serious issue for government IT managers. Virtualized desktops together with low cost PCoIP Zero Clients and the PCoIP Hardware Accelerator offer the lowest cost, best performing, and easiest-to-manage IT systems.

Products

  • Teradici Desktop Access

    The Teradici Desktop Access plan includes all the elements administrators need to efficiently manage and maintain their PCoIPⓇ Zero Client deployment. Included in the plan is licensing for PCoIP Management Console Enterprise software, a centralized tool that provisions, monitors, and scales PCoIP Zero Client deployments. Desktop Access also includes security and firmware updates for zero clients and 24 x 7 certified professional support from Teradici.

  • Teradici PCoIP® Zero Clients

    Many of the top equipment manufacturers have embedded PCoIP processors into their end-point, zero client hardware. With the single purpose of image decompression and decoding, the PCoIP processor eliminates endpoint hard drives, graphic processors, operating systems, applications and security software. With no operating systems, no codecs and no software to maintain, zero clients represent the easiest to manage, most secure endpoints ever invented. Contact Carahsoft for more information on available zero clients.

  • Teradici Workstation Access

    With the Teradici Workstation Access plan, PCoIPⓇ Remote Workstation Card users get valuable feature updates and support when running high-fidelity, graphically-intense applications. Workstation Access subscribers get new firmware features as they become available, 24 x 7 support from Teradici experts, and PCoIP Management Console Enterprise.

  • Teradici PCoIP® Hardware Accelerator - APEX2800 LP

    The PCoIP Hardware Accelerator enhances VMware Horizon View™ deployments and improves the user experience by dynamically offloading the PCoIP encoding of the most 100 active displays. Users will benefit from better application responsiveness with higher frame rates, and IT professionals will be satisfied with its ease of deployment and reduction of vCPU resources - allowing for greater server consolidation ratios. The Hardware Accelerator - APEX2800 LP is a half-height, half-length PCIe card compatible with rack servers.

  • Teradici Cloud Access and Cloud Access Plus

    The Teradici Cloud Access Plan enables businesses to migrate workloads and applications to a private or public cloud, and securely access them from any PCoIP® endpoint. The plan includes Cloud Access Software to visualize both Windows and Linux applications remotely, along with PCoIP Management Console Enterprise to monitor and manage PCoIP Zero Clients. Choose between Cloud Access for non-GPU workloads and applications or Cloud Access Plus for graphics-intensive applications that need GPU support.

Contracts

SEWP Contracts

SEWP V

Contract Number: Group A Small: NNG15SC03B Group D Other Than Small: NNG15SC27B Term: May 1, 2015 - April 30, 2020


State & Local Contracts

National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (National IPA - TCPN)

Term: through May 31, 2018 (with 2 option renewal years)

Orange County National IPA Co-Op

Through May 31, 2020 (with 2 option years)

Texas DIR-TSO-2660

Term: Through November 17, 2018


Events

Resources

Datasheet

Making the move to the cloud has just got easier. With Teradici Cloud Access Software, you can migrate highly interactive graphic intensive workloads, mainstream applications and business solutions to any cloud.

Managing your PCoIP Zero Clients is about to get even easier. Teradici PCoIP Management Console Enterprise Edition is a web-based tool that enables efficient and simplified management of Tera2 PCoIP Zero Clients. Multiple IT administrators can easily manage, monitor and scale their distributed PCoIP...

Product Brief

Teradici All Access, four new subscription plans, designed to provide comprehensive solutions, which include software, support, resources, and cloud-ready options to help you manage, optimize and future-proof your PCoIP deployments.

Have you moved to virtualizing your desktops? Are you struggling to determine which is the best client for your users with varying computational needs? Let’s set the story straight.

Resource

With Teradici All Access plans, subscribers get a complete set of remoting solutions for knowledge workers and power users, enabling lower IT costs and administrative time and the flexibility to work any way they need to.

Gain the competitive edge with price discounts and a 120-day price protection window when leveraging the Teradici Deal Registration program. Exclusive to registered partners, this program supports sales of the PCoIP Hardware Accelerator, PCoIP remote Workstation Cards, and the All Access plans with ...

A complete set of remoting solutions for knowledge workers and power users across a wide range of vertical markets. Built on trusted PCoIP technology, our All Access solutions deliver the most secure access to workloads from any endpoint. Compatible with public clouds, hybrid and on-premises environ...

If you have an active license for Management Console Enterprise, you’ll continue to receive the same levels of service you have come to rely upon from Teradici.


In 2014, Franciscan Ministries deployed its first virtual desktops with touchscreen systems in nursing stations. From that first step, the organization has made steady progress, deploying 300 virtual desktops by the beginning of 2016. The goal is to increase that number to 500 desktops within the ye...