DCV Integrated with Leostream and Amazon to Elevate Remote Desktop Access

Leostream™ has revealed its plans to broaden its range of solutions by partnering with Amazon to incorporate and distribute NICE DCV, Amazon’s cutting-edge remote display and streaming protocol, as part of Leostream’s product lineup. This advanced DCV protocol is specifically designed for environments demanding high-performance graphics, suitable for deployment on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon WorkSpaces Core, and any other on-premises or cloud environment supported by Leostream.

DCV is designed to securely deliver remote desktops and application streaming from AWS or a data center to the end user’s device, enabling even graphics-intensive applications to display remotely without high-end workstations. The DCV streaming protocol integrates with the Leostream Remote Desktop Access Platform to allow high-performance computing (HPC) and sophisticated imaging/video applications, running on both Windows and Linux, to be used on a remote user’s device.

Native DCV clients are available for Windows, Linux, and macOS, and an HTML5 client is available for browser-based access. Native clients support 4K resolution, multiple monitors, and features including stylus/touchscreen support, USB devices, multi-channel audio, smartcards, and file transferring.

Enterprises use EC2 and Leostream together to provision highly powered end-user machines backed by the flexibility and resiliency of AWS, so their workers have remote access to a performant, secure, elastic architecture. Leostream provides advanced identity management and authentication to ensure the security of data and assets and offers policy-based management and administrative features that simplify IT even for large pools of remote workers, large datasets, and environments combining EC2 and on-prem resources. Leostream also supports nearly all other major display protocols, so its customers can combine DCV with others based on the employee’s task and role.

“This collaboration gives our team more resources to help architect the ideal infrastructure for customers with resource-intensive workloads like media, scientific research, energy, and finance,” said Randy Foster, Leostream VP of Sales and Marketing. “The NICE DCV protocol is an excellent option for giving remote access to engineering, design, editing, analytics, or other advanced applications running in the cloud with an end-user experience that rivals on-premise performance.”

Leostream is the Remote Desktop Access Platform of choice due to its ability to mix and manage on-premises and cloud-based hosting platforms. A single-pane-of-glass administration console powers the Leostream platform, simplifying the management of users, cloud desktops, and IT assets with real-time dashboard access to view usage and environment details, helping to make informed decisions.

To learn more about Leostream’s integration with Amazon NICE DCV, visit the website here.

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