NICE DCV is a high-performance remote streaming protocol renowned for its ability to securely access remote desktop and application sessions, including those running 3D graphics applications on powerful GPU servers.
NICE DCV caters to a diverse range of end users, offering native clients compatible with Windows, Linux, and MacOS operating systems. These native clients support up to four monitors, each capable of displaying 4K resolution. Notably, the Windows client also enables USB redirection for 3D mice and USB storage devices. Moreover, NICE DCV contributes to cost savings for customers with remote Linux desktops by facilitating multiple simultaneous, high-performance 3D Linux sessions from a single GPU server.
The NICE DCV CENTOS 8 Desktop edition is specifically tailored for high-quality remote 3D access, particularly suited for tasks like HPC pre- and post-processing applications. It includes features for remote USB device support and efficient file transfers. To ensure an optimal remote 3D experience, NVIDIA drivers are pre-installed.
Within the AWS environment, NICE DCV serves as the streaming protocol used by services like Amazon Appstream 2.0 and AWS RoboMaker.