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What is a PCoIP Remote Workstation Card? (1286)

Answer:

"PCoIP Remote Workstation Card" or "host card" or "hardware host" refers to Teradici's hardware implementation of a PCoIP protocol encoder. It's also used to refer to products that use the Teradici's hardware encoder including:

  • PCI Express PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards (dual and quad display)

  • Multi-function PCI Express Cards (graphics GPU + PCoIP Remote Workstation Card)

  • Blade Mezzanine PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards

For a list of current products see the Teradici web site at http://www.teradici.com.

The PCoIP host cards allow remoting of the most extreme workstation platforms for applications including:

  1. 3D CAD/CAD
    • Car/Aircraft design 
    • Architects
  2. Command and control
    • Intelligence, defense, police 
  3. Medical Imaging
  4. Media and Entertainment
    • Digital Content Creation
    • HD video editing
    • Casino gaming 
  5. Financial services

Note: PCoIP protocol was the first remote imaging solution to be certified by Dassault Systemes for CATIA. 

PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards work with PCoIP hardware and software decoders to ensure client compatibility. 

 

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What is a PCoIP Zero Client? (1279))

Sours: https://help.teradici.com/s/article/1286

Although organizations have begun their leap to Virtualization and begin to embrace zero clients more and more, end users still have beefy workstations that they use on a day-to-day basis.

For some users, AutoCAD or Geospatial software just isn't an option to run through a VMware View session. Perhaps the Frame Rate per second is not quick enough to support full 3-D modeling, or the VDI Desktop they have been assigned doesn't have the necessary resources to support Tactical Terrain modeling. Whatever the particular case may be, there is a virtualization option available.

There are two models available from Teradici, the Tera2240 and the Tera2220. The only difference between the two is that the 2220 supports 2 monitors and the 2240 supports 4 monitors.

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Additionally, AMD also offers a PCoIP Remote Workstation Card. The only difference in this card is that it combines both the Tera2240 with a HIgh End Graphics card so no additional hardware is required. Their card is the AMD FirePro R5000.

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Not only does the PCoIP Remote Workstation card allow end users to capitalize on their existing hardware, but they can also leverage zero clients on the front end to work remotely with their day-to-day hardware.

It gives the end user the ability to harness the power of high-end towers, blade servers or rack workstations by converting them into a workstation that delivers high-end images to any remote location.  

Users can work with visuals rendering at 250 mega pixels per second driving 2560x1600 resolution screens with refresh rates of up to 60 frames per second. This means no waiting forever for a change to render, no jaggies or bit-mappy images. So, for example, an end user could be situated on the East Coast, be accessing their remote workstation from the West Coast, and experiencing little to no lag time or delay.  It's almost as if they are sitting physically at the workstation.

And because the PCoIP Remote Workstation Solution encrypts pixel transfers with advanced security algorithms, including AES-256 and NSA Suite B cryptography, the data is always secure.

So what does this mean for IT?  Simply put, this workstation can be left at the users cubicle or moved to the datacenter.  All it requires is an IP address and the end user can access it remotely via a Zero Client or the Windows Soft Client software from Teradici.

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The setup and maintenance is rather simple. The PCIe card plugs into the workstation, connects to the graphics card, and securely streams pixels, audio and USB over your network. 

This is a great alternative for hardware that serves a specific purpose, and just can't be virtualized. This allows IT to maintain this machine in their datacenter, but gives the user unlimited access to the machine from wherever they may be in the world.

This discussion of virtualization options has application with an initiative popular in the U.S. Government involving a multi-level virtual platform which allows a user to run multiple securely isolated environments on a single PC, provide hardware-enforced security and deliver superior virtualization in the most demanding environments. This initiative is called SecureView. More on that in our next blog!

 

 

Sours: http://blog.ncst.com/what-exactly-is-a-remote-pcoip-host-workstation-card-and-how-does-it-work
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TERA2220 PCoIP Host Card

ModelTERA1202 Series (Note)TERA2240 SeriesTERA2220 SeriesMax Number of Displays242ProcessorTERA1202TERA2240TERA2220Form FactorLow ProfileATXLow ProfileBoard Physical Dimensions2.713 inches (height) X 6.6 inches (length), single slot

1 6.6 inches (length)

2 4.376 inches (height), single slot

1 6.6 inches (length)

2 2.713 inches (height), single slot

Bus TypePCI Express x1 (compatible with any xPCIe slots: x1, x4, x8, x16)Imaging Performance100 Mpps250 Mpps130 MppsMaximum ResolutionTwo 1920x1200Two 3840x2160 (DP model only)*
Two 2560x1600
Four 1920x1200One 3840x2160 (DP model only)*
One 2560x1600
Two 1920x1200Max Application Frame Rate (with PCoIP Zero clients)60 fps60 fps60 fpsPCIe Video Ports (connect to Graphics outputs)One DMS-59 (with DVI adapter)Four mini-DisplayPortTwo mini-DisplayPortMemory Type128 MB XDR512 MB DDR3 with ECCTypical Board Power13W13W13WEncryptionAES-128/Salsa256
Suite B Ciphers (Workstation)AES-128/AES-256
Suite B Ciphers (Workstation)Recommended Zero Client Endpoints for Full FunctionalityTERA1100TERA2140TERA2321 or TERA2140Connectors59-pin DMS-59 connector (supports dual DVI-D)Four mini-DisplayPort connectorsTwo mini-DisplayPort connectorsEthernet connector or Fiber connectorEthernet connector or Fiber connectorEthernet connector or Fiber connectorPower Button Cable connector (optional for Remote Power Management)Power Button Cable connector (optional for Remote Power Management)Power Button Cable connector (optional for Remote Power Management)Standalone Mode Power connector  Thermal Cooling SolutionPassive heat sinkOperating System SupportCompletely operating system independentSystem RequirementsPCI Express compliant motherboard with one x1/x4/x8/x16 slot (Full height for TERA2240 and full/half height for TERA1202/2220)PC/workstation with 1 or 2 graphics cardsFor 2560x1600 resolution, graphics card port must be DisplayPort (dual-link DVI is not supported)10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet LAN or 100/1000 Mbps Fiber switch/routerPackage ContentPCoIP host cardPCoIP host cardPCoIP host cardOne dual DVI to DMS-59 cableOne to four DVI to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)One or two DVI to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)Ethernet cable x 1 (Optional)One to four DisplayPort to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)One or two DisplayPort to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)Power Button cable x 1 (optional for Remote Power Management)One to four mini-DisplayPort to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)One or two mini-DisplayPort to mini-DisplayPort cables (Optional)Additional Low Profile bracket x 1Power Button cable x 1 (optional for Remote Power Management)Power Button cable x 1 (optional for Remote Power Management)Quick installation guideQuick installation guideAdditional Low Profile bracket x 1  Quick installation guide
Sours: https://www.leadtek.com/eng/products/virtual_DS(24)/TERA2220_PCoIP_Host_Card(10812)/detail

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PCoIP Remote Workstation Card¶

A PCoIP Remote Workstation Card is a small add-in card that can be integrated into tower workstations, rack mount workstations, computer blades, and server blades. PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards are manufactured and integrated by various display card manufacturers, supporting widescreen formats, and are powered by TERA2220 or TERA2240 processors. The card's TERA-series processor uses advanced display compression algorithms to encode a user's full workstation environment and then communicated over an IP network to the user's PCoIP client endpoint. Because PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards do not have general purpose CPUs, local data storage, or application operating systems, they are very secure and easy to manage. This is separate from the host PC which do have general purpose CPUs and local data storage. PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards contain upgradable firmware that enables you to customize your PCoIP Remote Workstation Card with various features.

Teradici processor

The processor name refers to the chipset used in the PCoIP device. For example, TERA2240 is the processor used in the second-generation TERA2240 PCIe Remote Workstation Card (for tower PC or rack mount workstations) and TERA2240 PCI Mezzanine Remote Workstation Card (for blade workstations). For details on how to display the processor name for your device, see Displaying Processor Information.

Supported Resolutions for PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards

Remote Workstation Card
Processor Name
Maximum No. of Supported Displays and Resolutions
TERA22202 x 1920x1200
1 x 2560x16001
1 x 3840x21602
TERA22404 x 1920x1200
2 x 2560x16001
2 x 3840x21602

You can mix and match any Remote Workstation Card with any PCoIP Zero Client. However, when you connect a PCoIP Zero Client endpoint to a Remote Workstation Card, the maximum supported resolutions for any displays attached to the endpoint will equal the highest common denominator between the two devices. For example, if you connect a TERA2140 PCoIP Zero Client to a TERA2240 Remote Workstation Card, you can attach up to four 1920x1200 displays or two 3840x2160 displays. However, if you connect a TERA2321 PCoIP Zero Client to the same Remote Workstation Card, the options become up to two 1920x1200 displays or one 3840x2160 display.

Best Security Practices

Teradici highly recommends using custom peer-to-peer certificates to create a more secure environment when connecting to your Remote Workstation Card. Teradici highly recommends using this new feature to create a more secure environment. Contact your IT department to ensure your deployment is in accordance with your Company's security policy.

Platforms¶

Remote Workstation Cards are supported on host PCs using Windows or Linux platforms when the host PC supports PCIe x1 required to install the PCoIP Remote Workstation Card. Additionally, Teradici provides an optional software package that can be installed on the host PC. The software package called Remote Workstation Card Software for Windows (and Linux) is specific to each platform and communicates with the Remote Workstation Card adding additional features and performance enhancements. For more information on the Remote Workstation Card Software see PCoIP® Remote Workstation Card Software for Linux Administrators' Guide and "PCoIP® Remote Workstation Card Software for Windows Administrators' Guide.

Remote Workstation Card Software and Firmware features

Some features of the Remote Workstation Card Software may require a minimum firmware version on the PCoIP Remote Workstation Card and the PCoIP Zero Client. Always review the release notes for Remote Workstation Card Software feature requirements.

Wacom Tablets on Linux Host PCs

Wacom tablets are currently supported when connecting to Remote Workstation Card in a Linux PC using Tera2 PCoIP Zero Clients with an attached Wacom tablet. It is recommended that the latest firmware release be used on your Tera2 PCoIP Zero Client and the latest Remote Workstation Card Software for Linux release be installed on your host PC. This is required to maintain local cursor support on the PCoIP Zero Client side, and best performance in sessions with the Remote Workstation Card. Using the latest firmware and Remote Workstation Card Software on PCoIP endpoints will provide the most up to date support for Wacom devices and functions when the latest Wacom drivers are used.

Sours: https://www.teradici.com/web-help/pcoip_remote_workstation_card/20.01/
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