202128 Jul

HP Boosts Remote Computing Resources with Deal to Acquire Teradici


HP will acquire leading thin client software provider Teradici, a move poised to bolster the PC giant’s remote computing technology. Teradici will let HP expand its remote computing platform from public clouds to all device types including Macs, iPads and Android-based tablets, according to the company’s announcement. Teradici Vice President of Product Management and Marketing Ziad Lammam added on his LinkedIn page: “Joining forces with a global leader in personal systems will enable us to further innovate together in remote access and hybrid work solutions.” PCoIP is a protocol that creates virtual workspaces by compressing, encrypting and streaming desktop images to thin clients. CAS includes secure broker that provides connections to remote Windows and Linux clients, and a administrator platform designed to automate provisioning and manage cloud compute costs. Nerdio, which provides managed AVD services, announced a partnership on July 15 with Teradici to support Microsoft’s forthcoming Windows 365 DaaS offering.

Source: Liquidware