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Try Teradici All Access For Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Dec 19, 2018 9:54:10 AM

Just Right for PCoIP Desktops

PCoIP, or PC over IP, is a high performance, virtualization computer display protocol used to speedily deliver rich content to desktops. Teradici's PCoIP uses advanced compression to provide end users with cloud-based virtual machines. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint by compressing and encrypting pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints (mostly desktop and notebook PCs) use PCoIP.

NCS is a close partner with Teradici. NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no private information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Teradici All Access For Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Nov 20, 2018 9:32:06 AM

Sound Strategy for Desktop Virtualization

PCoIP is short for PC over IP and is a high performance computer display protocol used to speedily deliver rich content to desktops using virtualization technology. PCoIP was developed by Teradici and uses advanced compression to provide end users with cloud-based virtual machines as a convenient alternative to local computers. NCS Technologies has long been a close partner with Teradici. NCS especially likes that PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint by compressing and encrypting pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

NCS Recommends Teradici All Access For Desktops

Posted by Katie Callahan on Oct 29, 2018 2:30:42 PM

Sound Strategy for Desktop Virtualization

NCS works closely with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Teradici All Access Complements NCS Desktop Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 10, 2018 2:31:56 PM

Software and Hardware Endpoints for Virtualization

NCS works closely with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

NCS Recommends Teradici All Access Solutions

Posted by Katie Callahan on Jul 16, 2018 4:04:00 PM

Software and Hardware Endpoints for Virtualization

NCS is a close working partner with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices. More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP.

NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

NCS Recommends Teradici All Access for Virtualization

Posted by Katie Callahan on Jun 27, 2018 10:01:16 AM

A Hardware and Software Solution

NCS Technologies, the leader in virtualized end points, works closely with Teradici, a innovator in PCoIP technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or entire workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices.

More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP for virtualization and NCS offers a portfolio of seven highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Teradici All Access and NCS End Point Solutions

Posted by Katie Callahan on May 11, 2018 10:52:00 AM

Perfect Combination of Software and Hardware Endpoints for Virtualization

For several years NCS has enjoyed a close working partnership with Teradici, the creator of PCoIP desktop virtualization technology. PCoIP securely delivers applications or entire workspaces from the cloud or datacenter to the endpoint. This technology compresses, encrypts and rapidly transports pixels to end-user devices.

More than 10 million endpoints use PCoIP and NCS offers a portfolio of seven different highly innovative PCoIP-enabled desktops and laptops that are used in healthcare, civilian government, military, retail and industry.

The PCoIP protocol transfers only image information in the form of pixels, so no business information ever leaves the cloud or data center. PCoIP technology is designed to deliver a high performance user experience for workers using even the most graphics-intensive applications.

For efficiency and value in managing its virtualized endpoints, NCS recommends its customers use the Teradici All Access Plan.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, teradici, endpoints

Zero Clients and Healthcare

Posted by Katie Callahan on Apr 17, 2018 11:23:58 AM

Our Virtual End Points Fit in Anywhere

NCS Technologies offers a broad portfolio of virtual end point solutions for any healthcare environment - notebooks, desktops and a portable WiFi-enabled desktop perfect for a Workstation on Wheels. In many healthcare facilities you will find NCS virtual computing solutions rolling down aisles, tucked into carts, sitting on nursing station desktops, on meeting room tables and in entry area kiosks. We particularly are in demand where mobility and portability are prized.

Let's learn more about the NCS healthcare portfolio!

NCS, VMware & Teradici

The NCS virtualized zero client portfolio is managed by VMware and is powered by PCoIP technology for Teradici.

Zero Client Notebooks and Healthcare

NCS offers two zero client notebooks, the Cirrus LT and the Cirrus LT Plus. The Cirrus LT offers a 14-inch display, optional WiFi, a CAC reader and fingerprint reader options and an optional docking station. The Cirrus LT Plus has a 15.6-inch display, full numeric keyboard, and two 6-cell hot swappable batteries.  The options are numerous, including webcam, 4G LTE, WiFi, fingerprint reader, CAC reader, proximity card reader and docking station.

In a hospital, you can find these notebooks wherever mobility is prized, such as in a conference room for a meeting, carried to a bedside by a doctor and at work at a nursing station.

Zero Client Desktops

The star of our desktop portfolio is our Cirrus DT WiFi, which is known for its portability, manageability and strong security. The compact DT WiFi often can be found coupled to a Workstation of Wheels because of its strong networking capabilities in aisles, down long corridors and in patient rooms. At the desktop NCS also offers traditional virtualization solutions. The Cirrus TZ-202L and the Cirrus DT 5220 support dual display needs, while the Cirrus TZ-204L supports up to four displays. 

NCS Partners with Ergotron - and WOW

We already noted that the portable DT WiFi couples nicely with a Workstation on Wheels. NCS has partnered with Ergotron StyleView to deliver a mobile networking solution that is designed for enhanced workflow and superior caregiving.

Teradici All Access Solution

As also mentioned, many NCS VDI solutions are based on Teradici's PCoIP virtualization technology. With Teradici's All Access plans, you get a complete set of remote access solutions, enabling lower IT costs and reduced admin time while giving users maximum flexibility. All Access securely delivers workspaces and applications from the cloud or datacenter, as needed. Existing applications can easily be migrated, mobilizing your creative teams and leveraging the power of GPUs in the cloud.

HP t420 and t530 Desktop Thin Clients

NCS also offers two thin clients for those applications where the IT environment relies on multiple protocols such as Teradici's PCoIP, Citrix HDX or VMware Blast Extreme.  Our close partnership with HP in this case broadens our own product portfolio with additional small form factor, low-cost desktop and mobile devices. The HP t420 supports dual displays (VGA and DVI) and features 4 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity. The HP t530 supports two displays via 2 DisplayPort outputs and features 6 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, HP, thinclient

HIMSS18 Means Healthcare IT

Posted by Katie Callahan on Mar 8, 2018 1:08:45 PM

Booth #11625

Today is the final day for the HIMSS18 healthcare IT conference at the Las Vegas Venetian- Palazzo-Sands Expo Center. Many attendees are finding their way to the NCS Booth #11625 for deep discussions on desktop and data center technologies and solutions.

NCS is showcasing its own products and partner solutions. Highlights include:

Teradici All Access

Many NCS VDI desktop solutions are based on Teradici's PCoIP virtualization technology. With Teradici's All Access plans, you get a complete set of remote access solutions, enabling lower IT costs and reduced admin time while giving users maximum flexibility.

NCS Virtualization

NCS has a portfolio of the Zero Client desktops powered by PCoIP. At this event many folks meeting at the booth have remarked how the NCS Cirrus LT Plus notebook is perfect for use in hospitals, nursing homes and other medical facilities. The lightweight Cirrus LT l features a 15.6-inch HD display, numeric keyboard and a range of options, including webcam, WiFi, hot swappable batterieas, proximity card reader CAC reader, fingerprint reader and docking station. We have set up many future customer meetings based on the attractive features of the Cirrus LT Plus.

NCS Cirrus DT WiFi For Healthcare - and WOW

In addition, NCS features the Cirrus DT WiFi, the industry's only truly portable desktop zero client. DT WiFi is a proven hit when coupled with Workstation on Wheels (WOW). DT WiFi has exceptional network capabilities in aisles, down long corridors and in patient rooms.

HP t420 and t530 Desktop Thin Clients

NCS is also showcasing two thin clients for those applications where the IT environment relies on multiple protocols such as Teradici's PCoIP, Citrix HDX or VMware Blast Exteme.  Our close partnership with HP in this case broadens our own product portfolio with additional small form factor, low-cost desktop and mobile devices. The HP t420 supports dual displays (VGA and DVI) and features 4 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity. The HP t530 supports two displays via 2 DisplayPort outputs and features 6 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, rugged, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, HP, thinclient

HIMSS18 Opens

Posted by Katie Callahan on Mar 6, 2018 2:02:58 PM

NCS Is at Booth #11625

More than 45,000 attendees are swarming the HIMSS18 healthcare IT conference today at the Las Vegas Venetian- Palazzo-Sands Expo Center. Experts in desktop and data center technologies and solutions are at the NCS Booth #11625.

NCS is showcasing its own products and partner solutions at the show. Highlights include:

Teradici All Access Solution

Many NCS VDI desktop solutions are based on Teradici's PCoIP virtualization technology. With Teradici's All Access plans, you get a complete set of remote access solutions, enabling lower IT costs and reduced admin time while giving users maximum flexibility. All Access securely delivers workspaces and applications from the cloud or datacenter, as needed. Existing applications can easily be migrated, mobilizing your creative teams and leveraging the power of GPUs in the cloud.

NCS Solutions

NCS has a portfolio of the Zero Client desktops powered by PCoIP technology. At this event NCS highlights its notebook family, the Cirrus LT and Cirrus LT Plus. The lightweight Cirrus LT laptop features a 14-inch display and a range of options, including webcam, WiFi, CAC reader, fingerprint reader and docking station. The Cirrus LT Plus features a full 15.6-inch display, numeric keyboard, hot swappable batteries and many options, including proximity card reader.

NCS Cirrus DT WiFi For Healthcare - and WOW

In addition, NCS features the Cirrus DT WiFi, the industry's only truly portable desktop zero client. Cirrus DT WiFi is a proven hit in healthcare when coupled with Workstation on Wheels (WOW). DT WiFi has exceptional network capabilities in aisles, down long corridors and in patient rooms. NCS has partnered with Ergotron StyleView to deliver a networking solution that is designed for enhanced workflow and superior caregiving.

HP t420 and t530 Desktop Thin Clients

NCS is also showcasing two thin clients for those applications where the IT environment relies on multiple protocols such as Teradici's PCoIP, Citrix HDX or VMware Blast Exteme.  Our close partnership with HP in this case broadens our own product portfolio with additional small form factor, low-cost desktop and mobile devices. The HP t420 supports dual displays (VGA and DVI) and features 4 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity. The HP t530 supports two displays via 2 DisplayPort outputs and features 6 USB ports, WiFi and RJ45 networking connectivity.

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Topics: VDI, virtualization, rugged, PCoIP, Healthcare, hospitals, HP, thinclient