In order to understand how to size a network for PCoIP session delivery, it's important to know some of the key configurations and concepts of PCoIP. For example, the PCoIP protocol adds minimal overhead, with just 85 bytes of overhead in a standard 1,500 byte Ethernet packet.
For a PCoIP session to be established, a PCoIP-capable client must reside on the end device and the destination must be a PCoIP-capable host.
PCoIP-capable clients include:
PCoIP-capable hosts include: