Studios, production houses, effects specialists and media service providers rely heavily on high performance workstations for 3D animation work and large clusters of servers to handle large scale rendering of animation and special effects workloads, using applications such as Renderman, Maya, 3D Studio Max and Blender.
Artists working in animation, digital content creation, production, 3d special effects and graphics need access to powerful hardware, but working restrictions mean working remotely is the new normal. With DCV, users can access high performance workstations running in the office or virtually in the cloud, with the same pixel level detail and user experience as if they were sat at a high-end workstation.
Here is more about how e.g. Netflix is using NICE DCV: Netflix Uses NICE DCV on AWS to Build VFX Studio in the Cloud for Artists Globally. For much more detail on the Netflix workstation-on-demand approach: Create from Anywhere: The Netflix Workstations Story.