by Chris Wolf | October 21, 2010 | Comments Off on PCoIP vs. ICA/HDX: AT&T 3G from Newark Airport
This post is the second in my series “PCoIP vs. ICA/HDX: A Simple Experiment.”
The first PCoIP vs. ICA/HDX WAN performance test in my experiment began at Newark airport. I’m not one to spend more time than absolutely necessary in an airport, but I still gave myself plenty of extra time to conduct and record my tests.
The AT&T 3G connection between my laptop and home office lab offered great bandwidth (1.08 Mbps), but not-so-great latency (122 ms). Both PCoIP and ICA/HDX responded well in this environment. I had no problems with Microsoft Word, navigating the Start menu, or drawing with a Flash-based application. Here are the videos:
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