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Learn how CannonDesign is using NVIDIA Holodeck to enhance its design process and break geographical boundaries through true multi-user, interactive VR sessions. We'll discuss how CannonDesign's strong collaboration with NVIDIA helped inform development of Holodeck as a tool that evolved from automotive design to architecture, engineering, and construction, and how it's changing the way designers and clients collaborate and explore spaces. We will also cover our initial challenges to adopting this technology and our current workflow, and explore internal case studies, testimonials, and production cases. This session is geared to those with basic understanding of VR workflows, as well as to experienced users who want know more about collaborative tools for VR.
Learn how CannonDesign is using NVIDIA Holodeck to enhance its design process and break geographical boundaries through true multi-user, interactive VR sessions. We'll discuss how CannonDesign's strong collaboration with NVIDIA helped inform development of Holodeck as a tool that evolved from automotive design to architecture, engineering, and construction, and how it's changing the way designers and clients collaborate and explore spaces. We will also cover our initial challenges to adopting this technology and our current workflow, and explore internal case studies, testimonials, and production cases. This session is geared to those with basic understanding of VR workflows, as well as to experienced users who want know more about collaborative tools for VR.  Back
 
Topics:
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality, Product & Building Design
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S9173
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To meet the needs of today's distributed teams, many AEC firms are turning to virtualization to efficiently and securely run applications such as Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, and Sketchup. Learn how this panel of AEC experts takes advantage of the latest innovations of NVIDIA vGPU technology to exponentially speed rendering time, enable greater mobility, optimize resource consumption, reduce maintenance and management work, and increase productivity.
To meet the needs of today's distributed teams, many AEC firms are turning to virtualization to efficiently and securely run applications such as Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, and Sketchup. Learn how this panel of AEC experts takes advantage of the latest innovations of NVIDIA vGPU technology to exponentially speed rendering time, enable greater mobility, optimize resource consumption, reduce maintenance and management work, and increase productivity.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Panel
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S9814
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Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.
Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.  Back
 
Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure, GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8240
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Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.
Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.  Back
 
Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Washington D.C.
Year:
2017
Session ID:
DC7116
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This session features senior-level technical decision makers from the government and architects who help them reach their virtualization infrastructure decisions. Questions will be backward-looking (how did you arrive at what you did and what would you do differently?), current state (maintaining the environment requires resources, give resource advice for those planning move from physical to virtual), and forward-looking (what can't you do that you would like/need to do?).

This session features senior-level technical decision makers from the government and architects who help them reach their virtualization infrastructure decisions. Questions will be backward-looking (how did you arrive at what you did and what would you do differently?), current state (maintaining the environment requires resources, give resource advice for those planning move from physical to virtual), and forward-looking (what can't you do that you would like/need to do?).

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Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Panel
Event:
GTC Washington D.C.
Year:
2017
Session ID:
DC7221
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About a year ago, CannonDesign embarked on a journey to relocate and upgrade its entire data center, implementing NVIDIA GRID technology, to allow us to collaborate on architectural and engineering design projects throughout all of our offices worldwide. Now we're using our graphics-intensive applications on virtual desktops in our new data center. The design of the infrastructure and implementation of the migration was not without its hurdles, but we're here to share our journey. We'll give some insight into our designs for the virtual desktops, how the machines performed compared to our initial benchmarks, lessons learned, recommendations of tweaks we made, and a glimpse into some of our future plans. If you're planning a virtual desktop infrastructure, interested in creating a virtual environment designed around graphics-intensive applications, or are looking to upgrade and tweak your current environment, come learn from our journey.

About a year ago, CannonDesign embarked on a journey to relocate and upgrade its entire data center, implementing NVIDIA GRID technology, to allow us to collaborate on architectural and engineering design projects throughout all of our offices worldwide. Now we're using our graphics-intensive applications on virtual desktops in our new data center. The design of the infrastructure and implementation of the migration was not without its hurdles, but we're here to share our journey. We'll give some insight into our designs for the virtual desktops, how the machines performed compared to our initial benchmarks, lessons learned, recommendations of tweaks we made, and a glimpse into some of our future plans. If you're planning a virtual desktop infrastructure, interested in creating a virtual environment designed around graphics-intensive applications, or are looking to upgrade and tweak your current environment, come learn from our journey.

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Topics:
GPU Virtualization, AEC & Manufacturing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2017
Session ID:
S7173
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Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.

Learn the benefits that virtualization provides for an architecture and engineering design firm, along with the journey through the advancements in virtualization technology it took to finally meet the graphics-intensive needs of our design software. We'll share our experiences in how virtualization allows a large company, with over 15 offices and 1,000 people worldwide, to collaborate and work as a single firm. We'll show some cost comparisons with virtualization, along with their management benefits and requirements. We'll also look at the methods we used to set and test metrics specific to our requirements, and follow the results of those metrics through the changes in graphics virtualization technology.

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Topics:
AEC & Manufacturing, GPU Virtualization, Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2017
Session ID:
S7174
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