Ericom Blaze Accelerates RDP Based Infrastructure for Maxwell Unified Networks
February 05, 2014
Maxwell Unified Networks has selected Ericom Blaze as a solution to accelerate its RDP-based infrastructure.
Ericom Software provides application access, virtualization and RDP acceleration solutions. The company’s Ericom Blaze solution is designed to enhance remote desktop display performance by up to 10 times over slow network connections and WANs.
Ericom Blaze is also accelerating access to Livery Coach Transportation Software and other Windows applications for Maxwell Unified Networks, a facilities-based VoIP and unified communications provider for the passenger ground transportation industry.
"Ericom Blaze is an ideal solution to address RDP display performance issues and improve the experience of users accessing applications and graphics heavy content over slow, low bandwidth and high latency connections," said Ilan Paretsky, vice president of Marketing at Ericom.
Other benefits of deploying Ericom Blaze include optimization of web browsing experience and an increase of the rate at which content loads.
Maxwell Unified Networks also experienced significant improvement in the performance of web-based applications. Ericom Blaze ensured these applications are smoothly run on the terminal server.
“We wanted to provide these businesses with a faster, more productive user experience,” said Derek Maxwell, president at Maxwell Unified Networks. "It took only 15 minutes to download and deploy Ericom Blaze in a test environment and a few minutes more to install the client software on several workstations. Users were simply amazed with the difference in speed."
Last year Ericom Software released AccessToGo for Chrome, a fast RDP client for the Google Chrome platform. The offering is available free of cost from the Google (News - Alert) Chrome Web Store, and provides quick access to Windows desktops and applications on any RDP host.
Built on Google Native Client (NaCl) technology, Ericom AccessToGo for Chrome runs directly within the Chrome browser and supports Chromebooks and Chromeboxes.
Edited by Ryan Sartor
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