Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a package which
runs as a server on one PC and allows one or many PC's to
connect via a standard protocol. VNC is usually delivered as
a software package which allows one to work remotely.
Silicon Spectrum has taken the concept of VNC one step
further and embedded a VNC server into an FPGA based
graphics accelerator. This concept allows one to remotely
start up a machine, change BIOS settings, or install new
software from anywhere in the world.
Furthermore, running VNC under an existing OS means that
VNC can only be connected to when the OS is running. With
our hardware VNC solution, it is possible to debug crash
situations where a normal VNC session would not respond.
Please read more about SSI's enclosure management
solution with Xilinx