|Address the broadest range of use cases and deployment options with VMware View’s PCoIP desktop display protocol, and deliver a high-performance desktop experience, even over high latency and low bandwidth connections. PCoIP’s adaptive technology is optimized for the delivery of virtual desktops to users on the LAN or over the WAN. VMware View gives users access to their virtual desktops over a wide variety of virtual desktop devices, without any performance degradation, anytime. They can also play rich media content, choose from any number of monitor configurations and seamlessly access locally attached peripheral devices such as scanners and mass storage|
VMware View with PCoIP Display Protocol
PCoIP is a high-performance display protocol—specifically built for delivering virtual desktops over the WAN or LAN for a superior end-user experience from the task worker to the designer. Play rich media content, choose any number of monitor configurations, including real multi-monitor, and seamlessly access locally attached peripherals such as printers, scanners or mass storage.
VMware View Printing
Print from virtual desktops to local devices without compatibility issues, bandwidth restraints or complicated user setup. VMware View will automatically discover, connect and print from a virtual desktop to any local or networked printer that’s defined on the client device. Universal print drivers eliminate compatibility issues. Virtual Printing includes compression to deliver high-quality printing with enhanced performance, even over suboptimal network connections.
VMware View Display
Optimize delivery of graphics to a variety of monitor configurations, ranging from a single display to multiple display options. With support for up to four monitors, VMware View Display delivers multi-monitor by sending the appropriate “slice” of the display output to each monitor. In addition, VMware View provides enables one or more of the monitors in a dual monitorconfiguration to be pivoted.
VMware View Multimedia
Ensure the best user experience of rich audio and video. Multimedia streams are rendered at the client leveraging local resources and delivering the best possible user experience for rich audio and video content. With multimedia content being rendered at the client, dependencies on the server hosting the virtual desktop are reduced, allowing for better performance and scalability of the server infrastructure.
VMware View Direct
Give users access to devices attached to local client. This includes devices such as USB mice, scanners, printers and storage devices. Seamless mapping to client-attached peripherals minimizes training of end users in a VMware View environment while minimizing impact to IT.
The new VMware View™ 4 with PC-over-IP (PCoIP) technology makes it possible for the first time to deploy desktop virtualization to all endpoints across your entire organization. By leveraging PCoIP, VMware View gives you the ability to deliver a high-quality desktop experience that is suitable for everyone from task workers to power users.
Download this information guide to get a broad informational overview of VMware View with PCoIP technology, including solution requirements, network characteristics, and deployment options, and to learn more about the capabilities, benefits, and advantages of PCoIP technology.
-VMware: Overview of PCoIP the new Display Protocol in VMware View 4
-VMware: Optimized for the delivery of virtual desktops, PC over IP (PCoIP) is a high-performance display protocol that’s purpose-build to deliver virtual desktops and provide a superior end user experience, regardless of end-user location on the LAN or across the WAN
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