Nor-Tech, a primary NICE distributor for the Americas for on premises deployment, just announced important new functionalities featured in the latest versions of NICE DCV and EnginFrame, along with a free trial.
NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol that allows secure delivery of remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over networks. Updates include:
- Game controller support for Windows server and native client
- DCV Web Client now leverages WebCodecs on browsers that support it.
- CentOS 08 stream support
- Ubuntu 22.04 and Rocky Linux 8.5 and higher server support
- Added support for Ubuntu 22.04 for the native client.
- An improved collaborative experience for the Windows, MacOS and Linux native clients
NICE EnginFrame is an advanced web-based portal providing users with easy access to their HPC or CAD environments whether running on premises, in the cloud, or as a hybrid system. Updates include:
- Compatibility with Java11
- Added support for the log4j configuration to be overridden by the top folder configurations
- HPC Connector enabling configuration updating of a previously created cluster
Nor-Tech Executive Vice President Jeff Olson said, “We have been working with NICE for a few years now and have been very pleased with the feedback we are getting from our clients. They like the powerful performance, ease of use and the flexibility of being able to work in the office, in the field, while traveling, from home or anywhere.”
Contact Nor-Tech Senior HPC Account Executive Tom Morton for licensing information: firstname.lastname@example.org 651-303-0645. For more information or a free trial visit: https://www.nor-tech.com/leading-edge/nice-software-integration/.