Teradici is extending its platform to Microsoft Azure, allowing Microsoft partners to unlock the potential of its cloud-based computing.
“This is a cloud-based desktop that is accessible from all kinds of clients,” said Jayesh Shah, vice president of product management at Teradici. “Nowadays it’s anywhere, anytime access.”
The availability of the Teradici Pervasive Computing Platform on Microsoft Azure will enable users to quickly and easily build and deliver secure, high-performance virtual workspaces and vertical applications on Microsoft Azure via Teradici’s extensible platform.
“We’re now providing partners with all the pieces they need to enable all the different vertical markets,” said Ziad Lammam, director of product management at Teradici. “It’s kind of opening a lot of opportunities partners and customers have been looking for.”
The Teradici Pervasive Computing Platform works with Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Broker (RDCB), Remote Desktop Web Access (RDWA) and Microsoft Hyper-V to deliver a variety of solutions on Microsoft Azure public and private clouds.
The platform features Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and a Microsoft Azure Software Development Kit (SDK) which will accelerate time to market with easy-to-integrate components for developing differentiated and customized offerings.
Additionally, the platform’s cloud capabilities helps Microsoft partners deliver virtual workspaces and vertical solutions to end-point devices via pixels (not data) and ensuring security with a high quality remote user experience - with lossless delivery across all types of network conditions.
“We’re starting to already see some interesting use cases using the platform,” said Diane Merrick, vice president of marketing at Teradici.
Some of these include educators using the platform for standardized testing along with other academic endeavors.
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