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Join us for a look at two real world deployments of graphics accelerated virtual desktop infrastructure and the design considerations that were incorporated into each. Georgia Tech and Textron Inc. discuss their environments and the life cycle of CAD/CAM in educational learning real world design using virtual desktop infrastructure which is changing how both Educational Institutions teach engineering, and also how corporations are embracing the future of design at the request of their younger workforce. Join the conversations as our panelists respond to your questions about their environments, their use cases, and the life cycle of the educational to applied engineering ecosystem.
Join us for a look at two real world deployments of graphics accelerated virtual desktop infrastructure and the design considerations that were incorporated into each. Georgia Tech and Textron Inc. discuss their environments and the life cycle of CAD/CAM in educational learning real world design using virtual desktop infrastructure which is changing how both Educational Institutions teach engineering, and also how corporations are embracing the future of design at the request of their younger workforce. Join the conversations as our panelists respond to your questions about their environments, their use cases, and the life cycle of the educational to applied engineering ecosystem.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization, Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure, Product Design & Rendering
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Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2016
Session ID:
S6208
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Georgia Tech's College of Engineering (CoE) is providing students and faculty with a wide variety of complex software packages covering many engineering application domains. CoE has been leveraging a combination of Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp and NVIDIA GRID technologies to provide remote access to some of the most graphics intensive engineering software. Learn from Georgia Tech's experiences about leading practices in the delivery of high performance graphics applications with NVIDIA GRID in conjunction with App and Desktop Virtualization. This session will also cover tools and processes that help GRID customers monitor, manage the user experiences and make design decision on how to size their XenDesktop/XenApp environments to meet demand.
Georgia Tech's College of Engineering (CoE) is providing students and faculty with a wide variety of complex software packages covering many engineering application domains. CoE has been leveraging a combination of Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp and NVIDIA GRID technologies to provide remote access to some of the most graphics intensive engineering software. Learn from Georgia Tech's experiences about leading practices in the delivery of high performance graphics applications with NVIDIA GRID in conjunction with App and Desktop Virtualization. This session will also cover tools and processes that help GRID customers monitor, manage the user experiences and make design decision on how to size their XenDesktop/XenApp environments to meet demand.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization, AEC & Manufacturing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5128
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Desktop and application virtualization can have a strong impact on the delivery of instruction in a higher-education environment. Just-in-time delivery model, elastic capacity, anywhere/anytime/any delivery model are some of the benefits the Georgia Tech College of Engineering has taken advantage of since 2008. Yet, the delivery of CAD/CAM software has remained a challenge due to the lack of virtual GPU. In this session we will share our experience in using some of the current technologies such as RDP 8.0 combined with the NVIDIA GRID K1.

Desktop and application virtualization can have a strong impact on the delivery of instruction in a higher-education environment. Just-in-time delivery model, elastic capacity, anywhere/anytime/any delivery model are some of the benefits the Georgia Tech College of Engineering has taken advantage of since 2008. Yet, the delivery of CAD/CAM software has remained a challenge due to the lack of virtual GPU. In this session we will share our experience in using some of the current technologies such as RDP 8.0 combined with the NVIDIA GRID K1.

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Topics:
Desktop & Application Virtualization, Graphics and AI
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2013
Session ID:
S3467
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