VMware, Inc., the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, today announced the general availability of VMware View 4.6 with enhanced remote access via VMware View Security Server support for PCoIP.
VMware View Security Server support for PCoIP allows for a simple, secure remote connection and authentication to a user’s desktop by removing the requirement for enterprise-class SSL VPNs — providing customers with greater choice when initiating end-to-end PCoIP protocol session. The result is a tightly-integrated and cost-effective desktop virtualization deployment that provides for easy authentication of remote users.
“The release of VMware View 4.6 with PCoIP support for VMware View Security Server provides a simple and secure way for users to access their VMware View desktops remotely, while taking advantage of a superior PCoIP experience,” said Raj Mallempati, director, End-User Computing Products for VMware. “When you combine VMware View Security Server with View’s wide range of supported end-point and mobility options, VMware View 4.6 provides the best of both worlds – End-user freedom. IT control.”
VMware View is a complete, virtual desktop solution that enables enterprises to improve security and , lower operating costs, while simplifying desktop administration and management by establishing a modern, end-user computing architecture. VMware’s End-User Computing vision seeks to free users and IT from more than two decades of complex, device-centric computing and deliver a more consumer-focused cloud experience for the enterprise.
For additional details on VMware View, see the product brochure.