HP announced Z by HP, Teradici, and NVIDIA Ominiverse Enterprise subscription offers for remote collaboration across multiple systems and applications, as well as its data science software stack for Linux workflows in collaboration with Microsoft.
Creators can communicate seamlessly, evolve ideas, and make creative decisions faster, according to the company. The combined subscription allows creators to take full advantage of the Teradici Cloud CAS, a comprehensive remote solution that enables anywhere access to software that can handle graphics or compute-intensive projects.
Teradici CAS offers teams the ability to securely access the cloud and virtual machines while ZCentral Remote Boost enables access to localized workstation performance. The combination of the two remote work applications provides access from anywhere using most PCs, thin clients, Chromebooks, or tablets, while seamlessly managing remote connections with IT management software.
The combined one-year subscription will include Teradici CAS and HP ZCentral software for $240 USD per concurrent user and includes Teradici CAS, HP ZCentral Remote Boost Sender and Receiver, HP ZCentral Connect and support. HP ZCentral Connect software is included in the subscription for a limited time. The subscription is planned to be available for purchase by 2022.
“As people continue to work in whatever environment they choose the need for the right technology and tools to keep workplaces connected and protected, workforces engaged, and workflows simplified, has never been more critical,” writes HP in a statement. “A remote solutions ecosystem is essential for today’s workforce to collaborate fluidly, accelerate workflows, and iterate in real-time from any environment.”
HP is also working with NVIDIA to combine the power of Z workstations with Teradici CAS and NVIDIA Omnivers Enterprise to offer a platform that enables remote co-creation, real-time simultaneous collaboration, and true-to-reality simulation for design teams.
With Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) and NVIDIA GPUs on Z workstations, data scientists can now accelerate workflows with an updated data science solution that delivers a secure and manageable development environment, according to HP.
“Today’s designers, creators, and power users need to access their high-performance compute and workflows from wherever they get work done; location is no longer a limit,” said Jim Nottingham general manager and global head, advanced compute and solutions at HP Inc, in a statement. “Digital services such as workflow-as-a-service and compute-on-demand will shape the way commercial and SMB customers utilize high-performance computing in the future,” he said.
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