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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
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2016
Session ID:
S6208
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As Windows and productivity applications like Microsoft office become more and more graphically aware and graphics rich applications demand mobility, security and increased accessibility, providing employees with graphical processing to scale and economically is more critical than ever. In this session attendees will learn how to break free from the traditional physical GPU per user model. Virtualizing the GPU in a hosted environment with XenApp and XenDesktop opens a wide range of new mobile workstyles, cloud, and DaaS based offerings for a wider range of employees. We will also dive into the security and compliance benefits of keeping your sensitive apps and data where you have the strongest control over them; your data center. Come armed with your questions and use cases. No topic is too controversial for our experts.
As Windows and productivity applications like Microsoft office become more and more graphically aware and graphics rich applications demand mobility, security and increased accessibility, providing employees with graphical processing to scale and economically is more critical than ever. In this session attendees will learn how to break free from the traditional physical GPU per user model. Virtualizing the GPU in a hosted environment with XenApp and XenDesktop opens a wide range of new mobile workstyles, cloud, and DaaS based offerings for a wider range of employees. We will also dive into the security and compliance benefits of keeping your sensitive apps and data where you have the strongest control over them; your data center. Come armed with your questions and use cases. No topic is too controversial for our experts.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5872
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Hear the state of the VDI industry and how GPU is set to transform the way enterprises see and use a virtual desktop. In this presentation attendees will (1) learn about the typical VDI use cases and how virtual technologies are changing the paradigm; (2) understand the different GPU technologies that exist for SBC and VDI workloads; and (3) see visual demonstrations of each graphics technology.
Hear the state of the VDI industry and how GPU is set to transform the way enterprises see and use a virtual desktop. In this presentation attendees will (1) learn about the typical VDI use cases and how virtual technologies are changing the paradigm; (2) understand the different GPU technologies that exist for SBC and VDI workloads; and (3) see visual demonstrations of each graphics technology.  Back
 
Topics:
GPU Virtualization
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2014
Session ID:
S4903
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