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User Experience is key to success of every VDI implementation. Optimized for the mobile cloud, VMware Blast Extreme supports the broadest range of client devices that are H.264 capable. Of the display protocols, VMware Blast offers the lowest CPU consumption for longer battery life on mobile devices.

 

VMware Blast Extreme can compensate for an increase in latency or a reduction in bandwidth and can leverage both TCP and UDP network transports.

 

The VMware Blast display protocol can be used for published applications and for remote desktops that use virtual machines or shared-session desktops on an RDS host. The RDS host can be a physical machine or a virtual machine. The VMware Blast display protocol does not operate on a single-user physical computer.

Key features of VMware Blast Extreme include the following:

  • Users outside the corporate firewall can use this protocol with the corporate virtual private network (VPN), or users can make secure, encrypted connections to a security server or Access Point appliance in the corporate DMZ.

  • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit encryption is supported and is turned on by default. You can, however, change the encryption key cipher to AES-256.

  • Connections from all types of client devices.

  • Optimization controls for reducing bandwidth usage on the LAN and WAN.

  • 32-bit color is supported for virtual displays.

  • ClearType fonts are supported.

  • Audio redirection with dynamic audio quality adjustment for LAN and WAN.

  • Multiple monitors are supported for some client types. 

  • When the 3D feature is enabled, up to two monitors are supported with a resolution of up to 1920 x 1200, or one monitor with a resolution of 4K (3840 x 2160).

  • USB redirection is supported for some client types.