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10th January 2012

Teradici Demonstrates Multimedia-rich PCoIP Optimized Client for Mobile and Tablet Virtual Desktop Users at CES

TeradiciTeradici, developer of the PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®) protocol that enables a true PC experience for desktop virtualization, today announced its participation at the 2012 International CES. Teradici will be showcasing a joint technology demonstration with Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI), highlighting the performance and efficiency of both the OMAP4460 smart multicore processor and Teradici PCoIP protocol.

The demonstration, taking place in the TI Wireless booth, North Hall, MR N116, will showcase the PCoIP protocol delivering a VMware View™ virtual desktop using TI’s OMAP4460 mobile processor. TI will also be demonstrating a concurrent video conferencing session running on the same OMAP 4 platform. This demonstration will show the continuing evolution of the PCoIP protocol which is expanding to support new hardware and software platforms.

“By collaborating with TI on the OMAP 4 platform, we are expanding our portfolio of optimized solutions to provide mobile and enterprise customers with multimedia-rich virtual desktop performance,” said Dan Cordingley, president and chief executive officer. “Teradici’s continuing innovations in hardware, software and protocol deliver even greater flexibility for workers to access their VDI environments remotely and use new client form factors such as tablets and phone devices.”

“The efficiency of the PCoIP protocol in a virtual desktop environment capitalizes on the performance of the OMAP 4 platform, allowing us to deliver a very compelling virtual desktop user experience,” said Dennis Rauschmayer, general manager, OMAP enterprise business line, TI. “OMAP 4’s smart multicore architecture allows users to experience the high-performance remote virtual desktop session on a monitor while concurrently enjoying a full Android experience or demanding application such as an HD video conference session on a second screen.”

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