Great article by Paolo Maggi, General Manager of Display Protocols team at Amazon Web Services about the achievements of NICE DCV in 2022 for cloud customers on AWS and for a strongly growing number of on-premises customers:
Over the years, our customers have told us that DCV is not only a highly performant and reliable display protocol, but it’s also a flexible building block.
The protocol’s versatility is what allows it to be used across different workloads and in a range of environments – making it useful to different industries. We’ve leveraged this flexibility for providing remote desktop and application streaming capabilities in quite a few AWS services – Amazon WorkSpaces, Amazon AppStream 2.0, Amazon Nimble Studio, Amazon WorkSpaces Web, AWS Robomaker, and the GUI connect feature in AWS Systems Manager.
But we’ve also seen customers harness the power of DCV for offering secure remote access to graphics workstations across both cloud and on-premises environments. Some of these customers, including Volkswagen, LG Electronics, Netflix, and Project Kuiper, shared their DCV success stories with the AWS community. Service providers and independent software vendors (ISVs) lead the way by integrating DCV into their own online offerings.
Our contribution to the DCV online offerings are more than 15 Ready Made NICE DCV AMIs (AWS machines images) which enable customers to quick-start with high-end NICE DCV remote desktop use cases on AWS.
NICE DCV Update Video with GM Paolo Maggi
Here is the DCV video update by Paolo Maggi, General Manager of Display Protocols team at Amazon Web Services at SuperComputing 22:
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