The latest version of Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) streamlines desktop and application delivery with improved scalability and versatile performance. It also features an enhanced mobile experience within iOS and Android clients supporting native touch gestures. New deployment options are also available for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
New iOS and Android clients for Parallels RAS now feature unique Applification™ technology that enables desktop applications to be used with familiar touch gestures, as if they were native apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
Cloud support for on-premise, hybrid, and public clouds, such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, giving IT administrators increased agility with improved performance.
This offers new capabilities for delivering applications and server-based desktops with Windows Server 2016 support.
Parallels RAS components have received a significant number of optimizations, ultimately resulting in improved scalability, performance, and resilience.
New capabilities for delivering applications and server based desktops with Windows Server 2016 support
Better end user and end point experience with the Parallels Client (desktop) enhanced features, or use of HTML5 client to launch applications and desktops. The Parallels HTML5 Client offers a lightweight and powerful option for application publishing.
Printing has been enhanced with adjustable printing and scanning compressions and an increased number of virtual printers that can be created on a single server for improved stability and performance.
You can now benefit from the latest RDP protocol capabilities including RemoteFX Progressive, as well as H.264 and ClearCodec for better client performance on non-Windows clients (iOS, Android, macOS and Linux).
Microphone redirection is now supported on Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets to enable sound recording functionality in applications.