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GPU virtualization in the Cloud has ushered in a new era for architects, builders, designers and engineers. In this case study session you will learn how TBI personnel are now using Autodesk applications including BIM 360, Stingray, Revit and Navisworks, through a digital workspace hosted on Citrix XenDesktop HDX 3D Pro running on Microsoft Azure NV-series virtual machines with NVIDIA Quadro Workstation technology. This technology stack enables TBI employees to work together in real time, from any location, while enjoying a highly optimized 3D user experience on any device, even the low-cost Raspberry Pi. In their technology journey, TBI progressed from an age of 2D flatland, to the more advanced age of optimization of 3D digital data, to the present-day era of interoperability and collaboration in a new age where connectivity is key.This session will also include a Citrix customer panel discussion. Hear from customers who have implemented virtualized 3D workloads to solve complex business challenges. Bring your questions along and join in on the knowledge sharing in an interactive setting.

GPU virtualization in the Cloud has ushered in a new era for architects, builders, designers and engineers. In this case study session you will learn how TBI personnel are now using Autodesk applications including BIM 360, Stingray, Revit and Navisworks, through a digital workspace hosted on Citrix XenDesktop HDX 3D Pro running on Microsoft Azure NV-series virtual machines with NVIDIA Quadro Workstation technology. This technology stack enables TBI employees to work together in real time, from any location, while enjoying a highly optimized 3D user experience on any device, even the low-cost Raspberry Pi. In their technology journey, TBI progressed from an age of 2D flatland, to the more advanced age of optimization of 3D digital data, to the present-day era of interoperability and collaboration in a new age where connectivity is key.This session will also include a Citrix customer panel discussion. Hear from customers who have implemented virtualized 3D workloads to solve complex business challenges. Bring your questions along and join in on the knowledge sharing in an interactive setting.

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Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure, Product & Building Design
Type:
Panel
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8646
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The number of virtualized workloads that require hardware acceleration of graphics continues to grow in the data center. From the most demanding 3D applications used by designers and engineers to the rich media content in web browsers and office productivity applications used by power users and knowledge workers. Learn about the latest innovations from Citrix and NVIDIA that continue to push the limits on what is possible with graphics virtualization.
The number of virtualized workloads that require hardware acceleration of graphics continues to grow in the data center. From the most demanding 3D applications used by designers and engineers to the rich media content in web browsers and office productivity applications used by power users and knowledge workers. Learn about the latest innovations from Citrix and NVIDIA that continue to push the limits on what is possible with graphics virtualization.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8675
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