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Experts from various industries join us for a roundtable discussion of their experiences implementing GPU-accelerated virtual desktops and apps. Learn: (1) how Windows 10 is creating new urgency around including GPUs in your VDI deployment architecture, (2) how to design your environment for greater scale, superior user experience, and lower cost, and (3) how the latest features in Citrix XenDesktop and NVIDIA GRID make desktop virtualization for every use case a reality.
Experts from various industries join us for a roundtable discussion of their experiences implementing GPU-accelerated virtual desktops and apps. Learn: (1) how Windows 10 is creating new urgency around including GPUs in your VDI deployment architecture, (2) how to design your environment for greater scale, superior user experience, and lower cost, and (3) how the latest features in Citrix XenDesktop and NVIDIA GRID make desktop virtualization for every use case a reality.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2017
Session ID:
S7430
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Learn about Human UX Protocol design concepts in Citrix's next-gen HDX display remoting technology and hear from XenApp customers pushing the limits with graphics virtualization over high-latency connections halfway around the world. User experience is fundamental to a successful implementation and the remoting protocol used to transmit the virtualized 3D app or desktop from the data center or cloud to the worker is critical. Delivering 3D graphics to demanding users over a long-haul corporate WAN connection without excessive bandwidth consumption requires innovative solutions.
Learn about Human UX Protocol design concepts in Citrix's next-gen HDX display remoting technology and hear from XenApp customers pushing the limits with graphics virtualization over high-latency connections halfway around the world. User experience is fundamental to a successful implementation and the remoting protocol used to transmit the virtualized 3D app or desktop from the data center or cloud to the worker is critical. Delivering 3D graphics to demanding users over a long-haul corporate WAN connection without excessive bandwidth consumption requires innovative solutions.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization, Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2016
Session ID:
S6622
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Citrix introduced NVIDIA GPU accelerated remoting of 3D graphics in 2009, allowing organizations to keep their intellectual property safe in the data center while enabling secure remote access over WAN connections from a variety of devices. Learn how this technology has evolved thanks to the ongoing collaboration between Citrix and NVIDIA, resulting in major gains in performance and reductions in total cost of ownership. Discover through a series of case studies how companies in various vertical markets have taken advantage of Citrix's proven HDX 3D Pro solution to realize a wide range of benefits. Catch up on the evolution of the HDX 3D Pro partner ecosystem and the latest hardware and software innovations in 3D graphics remoting that are now available with XenApp and XenDesktop.
Citrix introduced NVIDIA GPU accelerated remoting of 3D graphics in 2009, allowing organizations to keep their intellectual property safe in the data center while enabling secure remote access over WAN connections from a variety of devices. Learn how this technology has evolved thanks to the ongoing collaboration between Citrix and NVIDIA, resulting in major gains in performance and reductions in total cost of ownership. Discover through a series of case studies how companies in various vertical markets have taken advantage of Citrix's proven HDX 3D Pro solution to realize a wide range of benefits. Catch up on the evolution of the HDX 3D Pro partner ecosystem and the latest hardware and software innovations in 3D graphics remoting that are now available with XenApp and XenDesktop.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5390
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Industry leaders have been delivering centralized 3D graphics applications using Citrix XenDesktop HDX 3D Pro since 2009, and now the cost per user is more attractive than ever thanks to GPU-sharing technologies including XenServer/NVIDIA GRID vGPU. Learn about real-world customer experiences with GPU virtualization and 3D graphics remoting, including use cases, benefits and business drivers, scalability measurements, bandwidth consumption per session, cost saving, and best practices.

Industry leaders have been delivering centralized 3D graphics applications using Citrix XenDesktop HDX 3D Pro since 2009, and now the cost per user is more attractive than ever thanks to GPU-sharing technologies including XenServer/NVIDIA GRID vGPU. Learn about real-world customer experiences with GPU virtualization and 3D graphics remoting, including use cases, benefits and business drivers, scalability measurements, bandwidth consumption per session, cost saving, and best practices.

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Topics:
GPU Virtualization, Graphics and AI, Cloud Visualization, Desktop & Application Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2014
Session ID:
S4581
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Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers. And they can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads, Android tablets and thin clients. Learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies leverage NVIDIA Quadro and VGX⢠to make all of this a reality for many organizations today.

Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers. And they can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads, Android tablets and thin clients. Learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies leverage NVIDIA Quadro and VGX⢠to make all of this a reality for many organizations today.

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Topics:
Graphics and AI, Cloud Visualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2013
Session ID:
S3446
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Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers and can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads, Android tablets and thin clients.

Join Derek Thorslund, Director of Product Management, Citrix to learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies leverage NVIDIA GRID to make all of this a reality for many organizations today.

Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers and can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads, Android tablets and thin clients.

Join Derek Thorslund, Director of Product Management, Citrix to learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies leverage NVIDIA GRID to make all of this a reality for many organizations today.

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Topics:
Cloud Visualization
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Webinar
Event:
GTC Webinars
Year:
2013
Session ID:
GTCE042
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Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers. And they can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads and Android tablets. Learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies have made all of this a reality for many organizations today.

Recent technological advances have made it practical to deliver 3D professional graphics applications from the Cloud (private or public) with a high quality user experience and at an attractive cost. Organizations can keep their intellectual property safe in the data center since only fully-rendered screen images are sent over the network. Users in remote locations no longer have to wait for large file transfers. And they can access 3D models from a wide variety of devices, including iPads and Android tablets. Learn how Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and Receiver technologies have made all of this a reality for many organizations today.

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Topics:
Cloud Visualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2012
Session ID:
S2413
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