Third Party Software

Do you need to increase high performance compute (HPC) usability and effectiveness across your entire organization? NICE Desktop Cloud Visualization and NICE EnginFrame software are aimed at company-wide management and optimization of computing and visualization resources. The solutions can be purchased from HPE individually or together.


NICE EnginFrame

NICE EnginFrame is an advanced HPC Portal that enables efficient access to HPC clusters, data, licenses, and batch & interactive applications over browsers.

The solution enables HPC users to get the job done faster, without facing the complexity of the underlying computing infrastructure. Instead, they can interact with a secure and intuitive interface to their HPC clusters, data, licenses, batch & applications through a standard Web browser.

Built on over 20 years of experience and innovation in HPC and remote visualization, NICE EnginFrame provides advanced data management capabilities and flexibility in service definition, helping a traditional HPC infrastructure to evolve into a self-service private, hybrid and public HPC cloud.

NICE Desktop Cloud Visualization (DCV)

NICE DCV manages 3D applications balancing the users’ sessions in the cloud or on-premises.

DCV is a remote visualization technology enabling secure and optimized access to Windows® and Linux® desktops and is designed for technical computing applications with a specific focus on graphic-intensive workloads.

DCV enables real time remote working and collaboration among users via interactive sessions sharing – allowing sharing of a single physical or virtual GPU among multiple Linux sessions, while maintaining full graphic acceleration and workstation-class performance.

Transferring pixels, instead of data, results in reduced network traffic, increased application performance, and improved security by keeping the data within the data center also allowing also for a better utilization of available hardware resources.

NICE DCV is integrated into NICE EnginFrame Views, leveraging 2D/3D capabilities over the Web, including the ability to share an interactive session with other users for collaborative working.

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