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Remote working is increasing significantly today. More and more people are getting their tasks done at home, during travel or from everywhere. However, it’s important to consider the challenges of doing job out of the office and one of the most significant challenges is the remote access to devices.
We are a software development company specialized on remote access to devices and device virtualization and we have a number of products that will help you to stay productive everywhere. There are two common scenarios for working with devices remotely:Redirect Local Devices Into Remote Desktop Access Remote Devices from Local Computer
Usually there is no standard and reliable way for redirection of local devices into remote desktop environment. We offer a range of solutions allowing to use locally plugged devices in remote desktop session over modern remote desktop protocols. USB for Remote Desktop is intended for redirection of almost every USB device and performs low-level device virtualization. Other products are task-specific. But all solutions allow you to work as if your local devices are plugged directly to remote computers.
USB for Remote Desktop is an ideal solution for redirecting USB devices to the remote session over Microsoft RDP, Teradici PCoIP or Citrix ICA protocols. USB devices are emulated as if they were plugged directly in the remote side.
Scanner for Remote Desktop creates a virtual scanner on the server in remote RDP, ICA or PCoIP session. Virtual scanner is mapped to your local hardware scanner allowing to use it with any TWAIN or WIA-compliant scanning application running in remote session.
Webcam for Remote Desktop creates a virtual webcam which is recognized in your remote session as a hardware one. The program transfers video data from the local computer to the remote RDP, ICA or PCoIP session over and provides you with smooth, clean and persistent video streaming with low latency.
Biometrics for Remote Desktop allows to redirect biometric scanners into Microsoft RDP, Teradici PCoIP and Citrix ICA remote desktop sessions. Fingerprint readers are recognized by the server's operating system as if they were attached directly to it.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop allows to redirect COM-ports into Microsoft RDP, Teradici PCoIP and Citrix ICA remote desktop sessions. Serial devices are recognized by the server's operating system as if they were attached directly to it.
Printer for Remote Desktop allows printing to a local printer over Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA protocols. The program creates a virtual printer and maps it on the local computer as if it were plugged directly into the server side.
If the circumstances require to change the work place, one of the problems that must be solved is remoteness and inaccessibility of all required hardware, including USB and serial devices. It's easy to deal with some common hardware, like USB drives or printers. But in case of rare, expensive or stationary equipment remote work can bring a lot of headache. Using FabulaTech software it's possible to access USB and serial devices remotely over the Internet.
USB over Network is an easy and reliable way to work with remote USB devices over LAN or the Internet. The remote USB devices can be shared for several users. When you connect remotely shared USB devices they are recognized as if they were connected directly to your local machine.
Serial Port Redirector allows serial communications software to become network-ready. It creates virtual serial ports and redirects all data to specified TCP-port of remote IP address. The program supports RFC2217 protocol to establish the connection with serial port servers and also allows transmitting raw format data over the network.
Network Serial Port Kit shares any serial devices over TCP/IP. The application creates virtual serial ports and gives access to remote shared serial devices. The program also emulates hardware null-modem cables over network to connect each pair of virtual serial ports.
Virtual Modem allows any modem communication software to interact with each other via TCP/IP. The program "dials" the remote IP address instead of making a direct call using hardware modem.