Simplify and Save with PCoIP Zero Clients:
Down Size the End Point

Replace complex desktops, laptops, tablets and phones with an amazingly simple PCoIP-powered zero client.

Overview

PCoIP Zero Clients

Many of the top equipment manufacturers have embedded PCoIP processors into their end-point, zero client hardware. With the single purpose of image decompression and decoding, the PCoIP processor eliminates endpoint hard drives, graphic processors, operating systems, applications and security software. With no operating systems, no codecs and no software to maintain, zero clients represent the easiest to manage endpoints ever invented. 

Run for Less

PCoIP Zero Clients provide the highest quality user experience. And, compared with the price of a loaded desktop or laptop, they are far less expensive. Simple, small footprint zero clients will also last years longer than any OS-driven device because there is nothing to upgrade.

PCoIP Zero Clients even reduce operating costs, including power, cooling and space consumption. Some use power over Ethernet for plug and play convenience and infrastructure cost savings.

Simplify Device Setup and Maintenance

Most manufacturers’ zero client units are plug-and-play -- ready for use in under five minutes with network access and VMware Horizon View, VMware Horizon DaaS, Amazon WorkSpaces, or PCoIP Remote Workstations.

PCoIP Zero Clients do not require applications, patches, service updates, operating systems or antivirus software.

Protect Data and Applications

All application data remains locked down in the data center. PCoIP Zero Clients simply receive and decode encrypted image information, and are immune to viral attack. No sensitive application data ever reaches the endpoint, zero clients do not store any application data. The encryption module uses AES 256 and NSA Suite B cyphers.

Pair PCoIP Zero Clients with USB security authorization, a smart card or proximity card system or other single sign-on devices to comply with the highest security requirements including 802.1x network authentication.

Specifications

PCoIP Zero Clients
  TERA2321 zero client TERA2140 zero client
Max number of displays 2 4
Teradici processor TERA2321 TERA2140
Common form factors Standalone, integrated monitor, touch screens, IP phone, PoE devices
Imaging performance up to 50 Mpps (VDI)
up to 130 Mpps (WS)*
up to 50 Mpps (VDI)
up to 250 Mpps (WS)*
Max resolution 1x 2560x1600,
2x 1920x1200
2x 2560x1600,
4x 1920x1200
Video output configurations

2x DP,
1x DVI-I + 1x DVI-D,
1x DVI-DL with adapter,
1x DVI-I + 1x DP

4x DVI-D,
2x DVI-DL with adapters,
4x DP
Ethernet 10/100/GigE or optional fiber
USB 4x USB 2.0 4x USB 2.0
Audio Full 16-bit stereo, 48 KHz sample rate, Audio out + Headphone out, Mic in
Power management Full wake on LAN and wake on USB Full wake on LAN and wake on USB
Typical system power 6W 12W
Memory 512 MB DDR3 512 MB DDR3
Encryption AES-128/AES-256
Suite B Ciphers (WS)
AES-128/AES-256
Suite B Ciphers (WS)

 

*(WS) Workstation: when used in conjunction with PCoIP hardware host solution

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Case Studies

    Hatco Corporation

    lowers OPEX with secure zero clients and virtual desktops. read more

    Village Green Virtual Charter School

    Zero Clients & PCoIP Hardware Accelerator scale audio-video learning for school-wide delivery. read more

    Bartholomew County

    simplifies IT management with PCoIP Zero Clients. read more


    Ministry of Education, Malaysia

    bridges digital divide with virtual desktops. read more

    Omgevingsdienst Zuidoost–Brabant (ODZOB)

    exceeds employee expectations with virtual desktop deployment. read more

    DER Reisebüro travel agency

    delivering high-quality, secure, and cost-effective travel services with PCoIP. read more


    Thomas Jefferson School of Law

    personalized education taken to a new level with PCoIP. read more

    Amway

    delivers a LAN-like end-user experience to employees. read more

    North Kansas City Hospital

    delivers secure, point-of-care computer access - anytime, anywhere. read more



FAQ

  • What is a PCoIP zero client?

  • Which desktop and cloud environments are supported by PCoIP zero clients?

  • What processors are included in the Tera2 PCoIP zero client chipset?

  • What are the new features that have been added to Tera2 PCoIP zero clients?

  • How can I achieve 2560x1600 resolution using a Tera2 PCoIP zero client?

  • What is the difference between quad display support on Tera1 and Tera2 PCoIP zero clients?

  • What level of pixel performance can I expect to achieve when using a Tera2 PCoIP zero client?

  • What USB 2.0 transfer rate improvements can I expect when using a Tera2 PCoIP zero client?

  • Can I expect any bandwidth reduction when using a Tera2 PCoIP zero client?

  • What is the difference between Tera1 and Tera2 encryption capabilities?

  • How is Teradici enabling unified communications (UC) on Tera2 PCoIP zero clients?

  • Where can I buy PCoIP zero clients?

  • More questions? Teradici is here to help.

  • “I recommend it [Teradici PCoIP technology] to anyone who needs a consistent desktop presence for their users, and an easy-to-manage user experience.”

    Remco Rinzema,
    Manager, ICT,
    Omgevingsdienst Zuidoost–Brabant

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  • “…PCoIP Remote Workstation solution simplified our daily activities….we’re able to respond faster to changes required by faculty, students and staff.”

    Mahesh Neelakanta,
    Director of IT,
    Florida Atlantic University

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  • “The Ministry’s [of Education, Malaysia] investment in virtual desktops will pay off in a very bright future for the nation’s school children.”

    Dato’Amirul Rahman Bin Abdul Rahim,
    Executive Chairman,
    Bitara Induk

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  • ““…doctors, nurses and clinicians can roam from location to location without the hassle of closing down EMR applications or logging in and out.”

    Art Fisk,
    CIO,
    North Kansas City Hospital

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  • “[It’s] easy to deploy, especially in the case of the Pivot3 appliance and Teradici-powered zero clients. It’s quick to plug it all in…it just works.”

    David Appleton,
    IT Manager,
    The Hurlingham Club

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    “We can give our employees encrypted and secure access to our servers and workstations in a way that is very versatile and flexible for our business.”

    Aaron Bolthouse,
    Manager – IT Infrastructure,
    Hatco Corporation

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