Today Microsoft announced "RemoteFX," the public brand for the remote graphics work that's been previously known as Calista. In this companion video to Brian's full written analysis of the announcement, Microsoft's Tad Brockway explains what RemoteFX is and talks a bit about how it works. He also shows demos of RemoteFX running on a full Windows 7 client with GPU, a Windows XP Embedded thin client, and WinCE and Linux thin clients with embedded RemoteFX decoders.
By the way, this video leverages the new streaming capability we have setup with Brightcove, so you can now jump ahead without waiting for it to download. It will also dynamically adjust its bitrate based on your connection speed and whether you're watching the video full screen or not.