NoMachine NX Server Solutions for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux
High Performance Remote Access and Desktop Virtualisation to a Physical or Virtual desktop via Browser or Client software
What is the difference between physical desktop and virtual desktop?
When you access the physical desktop remotely, your desktop, which might be on the other side of town, in the other room, or in another country, is at your finger tips as if it were really in front of you. A physical Desktop is what you’d see when sat in front of your system. A Nomachine Physical Desktop gives you the same view from a remote location.
Can multiple users connect to the same physical desktop?
yes - they will all interact with the SAME desktop, this is a collaborative session
The virtual desktop functionality allows multiple individual and independent Linux desktops to run on the same host. Each user can have their own personal 'virtual' Linux desktop according to how the Administrator has configured it. A Nomachine Virtual Desktop is individual to the user, it is not a collaborative session.
NoMachine Enterprise Desktop
For remote Physical Desktop access
NoMachine Enterprise Desktop enables fast, easy and secure access to remote Physical Desktops. Business users can use Enterprise Desktop to remotely access their work computers while travelling or working from offsite locations. System administrators can use it to control remote servers.
Once installed on the remote computer (the "server"), it offers unparalleled performance for mobile workers and support staff alike, letting them securely access computers as if they were sitting in front of them. With no limit on the number of connecting devices ("clients"), it facilitates remote collaboration amongst colleagues, including via any HTML-enabled browser. Also available as a bundle of licenses for Windows, Mac, Linux and Raspberry Pi.
NoMachine Terminal Server
For Virtual Desktops on Linux
NoMachine Terminal Server is the new generation of the award winning NX Linux Terminal Server. It is the perfect answer to those looking for a solution able to create hundreds of hosted Linux desktops, that are easy to manage and secure. NoMachine Terminal Server doesn't suffer from all the limitations that affect the traditional X-Window based solutions
Thanks to its exclusive NX remote display technology and VirtualGL/OpenGL integration, all NoMachine products offering the Linux Terminal Server functionality make it possible to run any graphic-intensive task, including multimedia, as fast and seamlessly as if your users were sitting in front of their computer. Accessible on any device, Terminal Server provides compression and graphics acceleration technologies to optimize professional 3D graphics apps over low-bandwidth, high-latency networks.
Choose from 4 different editions to cater for different needs:
Workstation (Up to 4 Virtual Desktops)
Small Business Server (Up to 10 Virtual Desktops)
Terminal Server (Unlimited Virtual Desktops)
Enterprise Terminal Server (Unlimited Virtual Desktops Incorporating Load Balanced,Federated Nodes)
NoMachine Cloud Server Family
For server consolidation and centralisation of user access
NoMachine's Cloud Server sits at the top of the NoMachine server stack to let organisations consolidate their entire NoMachine server environment. Tailored for organisations with large-scale deployments, it not only gives employees a secure, central access point to their application or desktop, it also permits administrators to build a scalable multi-tier infrastructure.
Available for Windows, Mac or Linux it conveniently converges any number of Enterprise Desktops, Workstations, Terminal Servers, Enterprise Terminal Servers and associated Terminal Server Nodes,“foreign” servers, and even second-level Cloud Servers under a single or clustered Cloud Server.
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