An assortment of PC-over-IP or PCoIP solutions that specifically targets the healthcare industry were exhibited by Teradici at the HIMSS 2012 yearly conference and exhibition. Teradici’s PCoIP solutions offer healthcare providers a high quality user experience along with reduced operational expenses. The PCoIP solution has been completely incorporated with VMware View, thereby offering greater security potential and desktop scalability.
The advantages of PCoIP solutions were demonstrated interactively by Teradici in collaboration with associates like VMware, Imprivata, Wyse and Samsung (News - Alert) at the HIMSS 2012.
In a release, Trent Punnett, VP of marketing, Teradici, said, "IT needs in the healthcare industry are rapidly evolving as more physicians, nurses and clinicians need anytime, anywhere access to vital patient history and medical information to ensure quality care. With our partners, Teradici's PC-over-IP allows secure, easy to manage zero client solutions to address the needs of these professionals by giving them immediate, secure and reliable access to all types of medical imaging and data from any location."
A healthcare company can now incorporate PCoIP technology in its servers and clients with no hardware to remotely and safely access high resolution diagnostic images, patient records and other information.
Teradici, in association with VMware, will be showcasing Remote Access to Medical Imaging. VMware View PCoIP Security Server can be used to access virtual desktops remotely in a safe, easy and flawless manner. In association with Imprivata, Teradici will be demonstrating Imprivata No-Click Access and Zero Clients. Healthcare professionals can access their roaming desktops remotely with an easy tap of their badge, using PCoIP zero clients with Imprivata OneSign Virtual Desktop Access and VMware View. The performance of a protected zero client on a 46" ELO touch display will also be showcased by Teradici using its interactive medical imaging solution.
The user's desktop operating system, applications, and data can now be located in the datacenter with the pioneering remote display technology, the PCoIP protocol from Teradici. An uncompromised user experience is therefore delivered remotely, irrespective of the device, thereby eliminating the necessity for convention desktop workstations, PCs and thin clients.
Edited by Rich Steeves