Posted On: Feb 23, 2022
NICE DCV version 2022.0 introduces multiple new features such as game controller support and high color accuracy support. NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol that helps customers securely access remote desktop or application sessions, including 3D graphics applications hosted on servers with high-performance GPUs.
NICE DCV version 2022.0 contains the following features and improvements:
- Game controller support - Customers can connect their gamepads to DCV Windows native client to play games streamed from remote Windows servers. DCV supports Xbox and DualShock controllers via both wireless and wired connections.
- Support for high color accuracy - When this feature is enabled, DCV will deliver a complete set of color information without any visual loss (YUV 4:4:4). This feature is useful for workloads such as video production, visual effects, and computer aided design, where the users require a perceptually lossless experience when interacting with dynamic content.
- Improved collaboration experience - New UI improvements make it easier for users to get notified when someone joins the session. Session owners can also manage collaborators and viewers of a session.
- Support for CentOS Stream 8 - NICE DCV server software adds support of CentOS Stream 8 Linux distribution.
- Hot update of SSL certificates - Customers can update their SSL certificates without needing to restart the DCV session.
- Networking improvements - DCV adds support of IPv6 for both WebSocket (TCP) and QUIC (UDP). Customers can also specify DCV server software and DCV Connection Gateway to listen to a network interface, which is useful when multiple network interfaces (e.g. one for internet and one for intranet) are present.