Introducing Real-Time Audio and Video (RTAV) on Virtual Desktops



For IT administrators and enterprise solution architects, balancing security with high-quality audio and video conferencing for remote workers has always been a tightrope walk. Traditional solutions often force a trade-off between robust security and seamless user experience, creating vulnerabilities or productivity bottlenecks. Thinfinity Workspace 7 addresses this dilemma head-on by integrating Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) with Real-Time Audio and Video (RTAV) on any remote machine. This groundbreaking union sets a new industry standard, effectively resolving the long-standing challenges that enterprises face in secure, high-quality remote work environments. With this foundation established, let’s explore the specific features that make Thinfinity Workspace 7 both robust and user-friendly.

Optimized Video and Audio Redirection

A common challenge in remote work is the delay or buffering that occurs during video meetings, especially when users are operating in virtualized environments. Thinfinity Workspace 7 addresses this issue with its Real-Time Audio-Video (RTAV) feature, which proficiently reroutes audio and video data while consuming minimal bandwidth. This ensures a seamless, high-fidelity streaming experience, regardless of the desktop’s hosting environment—whether it’s virtual, on-site, in a public or private cloud, or on a Virtual Private Server (VPS). The best part? No additional software is required; a standard web browser on the end-user side is all that’s needed.

Unprecedented Compatibility

For IT administrators tasked with managing diverse video conferencing solutions, Thinfinity Workspace 7 provides comprehensive support for both browser-based and client-based platforms. This ensures seamless integration and operation of a wide range of applications, including Skype, Webex, Google Workspace, and Microsoft Teams, all within a secure remote desktop environment.

Clientless RTAV Accessibility

What sets Thinfinity Workspace 7 apart is its unique ability to offer Real-Time Audio-Video (RTAV) directly from the remote session through any standard web browser, without the need for additional plugins or software installations on the end user side. This not only streamlines the user experience but also minimizes the organization’s attack surface, enhancing overall security. Thinfinity Workspace 7 can be effortlessly integrated into any existing virtual or physical desktop infrastructure, requiring minimal or even no additional infrastructure adjustments. The end result is a marked reduction in the total cost of ownership for the organization.

Intuitive User Experience

Setting up your preferred conferencing application is a breeze with Thinfinity Workspace 7. During the initial setup, you can easily select your input and output devices. Plus, all connected peripherals are instantly accessible, allowing you to engage in video conferences or use a VoIP phone without leaving your remote desktop.


In summary, Thinfinity Workspace 7 stands out as a comprehensive solution for today’s remote work demands. It tackles common issues like laggy video calls by using minimal bandwidth, and it works seamlessly with popular conferencing apps. Its standout feature is the ability to use real-time audio and video directly in your web browser, without needing any extra software. If you’re already a Thinfinity Workspace 7 user, enhancing your audio and video capabilities is just a click away with our step-by-step guide. For those new to Thinfinity, our sales team is ready to offer a free consultation to assist you in improving your remote work environment and help you tackle this and any other VDI challenges.

Keep an eye out for upcoming articles where we’ll delve into more advanced features and solutions, designed to take your remote work environment to the next level.

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