NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol that provides customers with a secure way to deliver remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over varying network conditions. With NICE DCV and Amazon EC2, customers can run graphics-intensive applications remotely on EC2 instances, and stream the results to simpler client machines, eliminating the need for expensive dedicated workstations. Customers across a broad range of HPC workloads use NICE DCV for their remote visualization requirements. The NICE DCV streaming protocol is also utilized by popular services, like Amazon Appstream 2.0 and AWS RoboMaker.

There is no additional charge to use NICE DCV on Amazon EC2. You pay only for the EC2 resources you use to run and store your workloads.

How it works

Use Cases

3D Graphics Visualization

HPC workloads across industry verticals such as Oil & Gas, Life Sciences, and Design & Engineering are getting increasingly complex and consume massive amounts of data. NICE DCV’s streaming protocol eliminates the need to ship output files to client devices and provides a smooth and bandwidth-efficient experience to stream HPC 3D graphics remotely.

Browser-based Access to Applications

NICE DCV’s Web Client works across any HTML5 browser and combines a responsive streaming experience with portability across mobile devices. The Web Client also reduces IT operational load by eliminating the need to manage native clients across the enterprise without compromising on streaming performance.

Custom Remote Applications

Custom remote applications and managed services can benefit from the ease of streaming protocol integration that NICE DCV provides. NICE DCV secures both pixels and end-user inputs using end-to-end AES-256 encryption with native clients supporting up to 4 monitors at 4K resolution each.