“NICE DCV represents a sophisticated remote desktop protocol that grants users secure access to remote desktops or application sessions, even when dealing with 3D graphics applications hosted on servers equipped with high-performance GPUs.
NICE DCV offers a broad array of client devices for end-users, including native clients tailored for Windows, Linux, and MacOS operating systems. These native clients boast impressive capabilities, supporting up to four monitors at 4K resolution each. The Windows client goes a step further by facilitating USB redirection for 3D mice and USB storage devices. Moreover, NICE DCV contributes to cost reduction for customers using remote Linux desktops. It achieves this by enabling multiple simultaneous, high-performance 3D Linux sessions from a single powerful GPU server.
The NICE DCV CENTOS STREAM 9 Desktop is specifically designed to provide top-tier remote 3D access, catering to professionals such as M&E artists and users of HPC pre-/post-processing applications. It comes equipped with support for remote USB devices and file transfer and includes pre-installed NVIDIA drivers to ensure an exceptional remote 3D experience.
Within the AWS (Amazon Web Services) ecosystem, NICE DCV serves as the streaming protocol utilized by various services, including Workspaces, Amazon Appstream 2.0, AWS RoboMaker, and Nimble Studio.”