Remote Computing Expansion
On Wednesday, high-performance remote computing software firm Teradici announced it has expanded its flagship product to enable users to remotely access devices in Apple’s Mac line of laptops and desktops. The Burnaby, B.C.-based company announced general availability for macOS support in its Teradici CAS (Cloud Access Software) offering, which provides high-quality remote computing even for graphics-intensive workloads. The launch of macOS support comes on the heels of the announcement that HP Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire Teradici, as the PC giant seeks to become a bigger player in virtual computing technologies amid the hybrid work boom. CRN spoke with Ziad Lammam, vice president for product management and marketing at Teradici, to find out more about the company’s latest product launch.
What follows are five key things to know about Teradici’s debut of macOS support.