Burnaby’s Teradici has been honored by the Television Academy with an Engineering Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development.
The list of 72nd Engineering Emmy Awards recipients was announced by the Television Academy last week and the awards will be formally presented at a virtual ceremony to be held on October 29th.
The honor reflects how the company’s technology has proven invaluable across the media and entertainment industry to help keep artists and producers working remotely during this challenging year. Teradici’s PCoIP technology delivers an uncompromising user experience for remote connections to workstations and graphics intensive workloads.
The Engineering Emmy Awards are presented to an individual, company or organization for engineering developments that considerably improve existing methods or innovations that materially affect the transmission recording or reception of television.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Television Academy for our work, especially in this year that has seen so much disruption for so many of our customers,” said Dave Hobbs, co-founder and chief architect for Teradici.
“Teradici’s technology was recognized and embraced early by customers and partners in the media and entertainment industry, who have continually inspired us to refine our product and raise our own standards to meet their challenges and expectations. It has been a privilege to work alongside so many talented artists and producers over our history.”
Teradici has specialized in providing remote access to workstations for over 15 years and is widely appreciated by media and entertainment customers for its ability to deliver an uncompromising user experience for graphics intensive workloads.