Arch Platform Technologies has integrated its Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform with Nice DCV, a remote display protocol from Amazon Web Services to provides customers with a secure way to deliver remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over varying network conditions.
Creative professionals can now gain secure visualization access at no additional cost when managing creative workloads such as editorial, visual effects, post-production, virtual production, game development, engineering, and other collaborative endeavors.
The Arch Platform provides teams across all industries with collaborative IaaS on AWS, creating and managing powerful, cloud-based and hybrid high-performance compute studios. The platform uses Nice DCV as well as several other protocols, to securely stream demanding workloads and provide customers with a secure way to deliver remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over varying network conditions.
Arch supports other high-performance protocols; however, they have a cost associated with them. When the resources are running on AWS, there is no additional cost to use Nice DCV as the display protocol.
“Arch provides flexibility that goes beyond creative workloads and can be used by any business visualizing resources on AWS or on-premises,” said Laura Teodosio, CEO at Arch Platform Technologies. “Integration with Nice DCV allows us to offer a highly secure, easy-to-use connection protocol for customers at no additional cost, significantly expanding customers’ abilities to quickly deploy secure cloud facilities, including workstations, storage, render/build farms, or a security broker, that seamlessly integrate with providers of digital content creation tools and workflow solutions.”
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