Amulet Hotkey® release world’s first ultra-compact quad-video PCoIP Host (half-height, half-length) for small form factor and rack mounted computers

Oct 13, 2014 -- Amulet Hotkey today announced the release of a new ultra compact (half-height, half-length), quad video head PCoIP host card for small form factor PC’s. It provides all the benefits of the PCoIP protocol in a uniquely compact and cost effective package. It will appeal to a wide range of enterprise customers.

“The DXH4 is an exciting development that people told us couldn’t be done,” said Tony Hilliard, Group Sales Director at Amulet Hotkey. “Our clients asked for it and we delivered, it’s great that we can combine innovation and customer demand in such a responsive way”.

“This is a unique product, perfect for multi-monitor applications such as trading floors, control rooms and CAD/CAM” says Keith Grundon, technical director and CTO. “I know it will be a great success for us.”

For the first time, small form factor PCs can have a high-end, quad-monitor PCoIP host installed and then located remotely without compromising data security or graphics performance in any way. The DXH4 has no impact on the standard PC architecture and requires no additional drivers to be installed.

“Amulet Hotkey’s new quad-video PCoIP host card for small form factor and rack mounted computers will appeal to IT administrators seeking to deliver secure access to video across multiple monitors while conserving precious server space,” said Jayesh Shah, vice president of product management for Teradici. “Today’s news is a testament to the company’s commitment to delivering innovative PCoIP solutions that are well matched to the evolving IT requirements of its customers in diverse markets, including finance, CAD/CAM engineering, media and entertainment, and public sector.

The DXH4 is available now. For more details visit  www.amulethotkey.com or contact our sales teams directly.

See the DXH4 at vmworld in Barcelona between 14th and 16th of October and learn about how it can be used to enhance VDI applications. Ask to see us at the Teradici stand.




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