The BeBop OS empowers you to access powerful workstations in the cloud from anywhere at anytime.  

A virtual workstation is a computer in a data center located in the region closest for your organization. You connect to that computer by using either the BeBop client application or an external launcher, which uses a display protocol to stream the workstation to your local monitor.

Using different streaming protocols you can access these workstations with as little as 20mbps download speed.

Think of a BeBop workstation as your personal edit bay where you can access the same shared storage as the rest of your team, in addition to having a host of collaboration tools and data center network speeds for uploading and downloading media, at your finger tips.

There are also different types of workstations available based on your organization's workflow needs as well as being able to quickly and efficiently scale up or down the number of workstations available. 

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