- Desktop Applications
- Windows 2008
- Windows 2008 R2
- Windows 2012
- Windows 2012 R2
- Financial Services
- Public Sector
The DCV protocol adapts to heterogeneous networking infrastructures like LAN, WAN and VPN, to deal with bandwidth and latency constraints. All applications run natively on the remote machines, that could be virtualized and share the same physical GPU.
In a typical visualization scenario, a software application sends a stream of graphics commands to a graphics adapter through an input/output (I/O) interface. The graphics adapter renders the data into pixels and outputs them to the local display as a video signal.
When using NICE DCV, the scene geometry and graphics state are rendered on a central server, and pixels are sent to one or more remote displays.
NICE DCV architecture consist of:
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