Aug 14 2017

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Enabling remote 3D applications.

Enabling remote 3D applications.

Enabling remote 3D applications.

Enabling remote 3D applications.

Oil Gas Customers:

Effective September 27, 2016, we are once again able to service and sell to oil gas sector customers. Please contact support for details.

ThinAnywhere ® offers seamless access to your favorite application software from the home office, the branch office, your hotel room, your home, or anywhere you can find Internet access. It doesn’t matter what platform or operating system the application runs on; nor does it matter what platform or operating system you use for access. Seamless means you run applications in exactly the same way… on any platform, anytime, anywhere.

ThinAnywhere employs several types of compression to yield stunning performance, even on low speed connections. If you lose your connection, or choose to temporarily disconnect, you can resume your online session later. You will find everything running, just as you left it so you don’t lose work.

This also means that you can disconnect a session at the office and reconnect from home. You can even open and disconnect multiple online sessions. When you connect to the ThinAnywhere server you will be presented with a list of your disconnected sessions and asked to choose which session you would like to reconnect to. Floating sessions from office to remote office to home office make ThinAnywhere a great choice for high performance computing (HPC) applications.

ThinAnywhere supports remote collaboration. You can invite anyone to join any session that you have open. You act as moderator and admit or deny permission for any collaborators. You choose the applications to run. They see exactly what you see on the screen, including cursor movements. You can even share keyboard and mouse control with them, if you choose.

Collaboration is a powerful tool… for conferencing, for selling software applications, for help desks, for consulting… for any communications that benefit from visualization.

ThinAnywhere keeps your remote access and collaboration sessions private. All communication across public networks is encrypted. Various types of authentication may be configured to ensure that only you (and those that you admit for collaboration) can access your online sessions.

Your system administrator will be delighted with the security, ease of installation, ease of configuration, performance, and the minimal network impact that ThinAnywhere offers.


  • Connect to Windows, Linux or Unix application servers remotely
  • Support for OpenGL version 4.x
  • Full graphics acceleration using the GPU (Graphics adapter) on the server
  • 3D acceleration without VDI
  • Support for multiple users on a single GPU
  • Support for multiple GPU’s in a machine (uses round-robin method for sharing)
  • Frame rates of up to 100 frames per second actually delivered as measured on dual 24 bit monitors
  • Maximum window size is 8192×8192
  • Dynamic compression quality adjustment allowing for optimizing lower band width and higher latency connections
  • Load balancing and user management tools available for enterprise customers where many servers and users are deployed *
  • Secure user authentication when using ThinAnywhere client. AES 128 or 256 bit encryption for highly secure data transfer
    * Requires Linux enterprise server for load balancing tools.

    Server Platforms Supported

  • 32 and 64 bit support
    Windows RDP
  • Server 2012 R2
  • Server 2008 / 2008 R2
  • Server 2003
    Direct Replacement for HP RGS
    (UHP One-to-one remote graphics
    for any brand of computer.)
  • Windows 7 and later
  • Windows 2008 / 2008 R2 (console)
  • Windows 2012 / 2012 R2 (console)
  • Red Hat (RHEL) 3.x / 4.x / 5.x / 6.x
  • CentOS 5.x / 6.x
  • SUSE (SLES) 11.x
  • Call for supported Unix platforms

    Client Platforms Supported

    Windows RDP

  • Windows 7 and later
  • Windows 2008 / 2008 R2 (console)
  • Windows 2012 / 2012 R2 (console)
  • Red Hat (RHEL) 3.x / 4.x / 5.x / 6.x

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