Ericom Releases Fastest RDP Client for Apple and Android Device

Ericom announced the release of their faster RDP mobile client, called Ericom AccessToGo™. According to their press release , this client

provides secure, on-demand access to Windows applications and desktops running on terminal servers, virtual desktops and workstations’. It adds that ‘Ericom’s mobile client accelerates complex graphic displays on iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android tablets and phones, up to speeds ten times faster than other mobile RDP clients

The client is powered by the Ericom Blaze™ RDP compression and acceleration technology and provides an SSL gateway, Ericom Secure Gateway, that is fast and flexible and offers seamless installation and configuration.

AccessToGo provides performance at different levels and helps faster and seamless interaction of the device, with maps, photos, radiology images, Acrobat files (.pdf), and so on. The client hopes to reduce the IT overhead and support users that use many mobile device types (BYOD).

The unique feature of this client is that the UI for its Apple and android version is the same, and will be extendable to other new and emerging platforms. It is believed that when the client works in the Ericom Blaze mode, the client is almost 10x faster than other such similar clients.

The client can be downloaded and used from the Apple iStore or iTunes for Apple users, and from the Android Markets for Android devices.

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