This is a video blog post series I am creating to show you as an audience how powerful remote graphics is from Citrix & NVIDIA.
You are now able to work from anywhere, any time, any device. You just need an internet connection (Satellit, Edge/3G)
This video shows the user experience with Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 VDI workload (virtualized Windows 8.1 64bit) The workload have a NVIDIA GRID K2 vGPU K220Q GPU profile assigned.
The workload is running in a datacenter in EMEA and secured by Citrix Netscaler and SMS Passcode.
The end device that is used to connect to the Citrix workload is a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 using Windows 10 and Citrix Receiver 14.3
Video is recorded by Apple iPhone 6+
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is connected using my Phones internet connetion which was at that time switching between “EDGE” and “3G”. Bandwidth was 300KB-5Mbit and latency is from 500MS-7000MS, jitter is not meassured.
Please notice this video is recorded on a boat sailing between Denmark and Sweden in Europe, this trip took place July 2015.
Purpose of this video:
Show the audience how powerful Citrix HDX 3D Pro is using NVIDIA GRID in extreme conditions with latency I have never tried it on and I was still able to interact realtime with computer graphics thats running securely in a datacenter in EMEA.
This technology is so powerful and can be used in critical conditions where an employee can access graphics, (2D, 3D) or even rich graphics such as browsers, viewers, office productivity, erp systems. Imagine an engineer on an Oil rig requires to see a critical component that requires to be changed and the data can be accesable connected to a datacenter thousands of kilometers away securely and remotely. This is the future of working, making you work on any device, any where, any place.
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