It's all about the User Experience and there is no second chance to make a first impression. Testing the performance & scalability of a centralized desktop environment, like VDI, is crucial to ensure a great user experience, Knowing what the limits are of your environment and knowing what to do to solve this, is not a "nice to know" but an essential "need to know" to keep your users on board. Learn how LoginVSI, the standard in VDI Performance and Benchmark testing, and NVIDIA have partnered to extend Login VSI's Performance & Benchmark Testing framework to include graphics workloads. Graphics workloads are geared towards 3D modeling applications using real data and real applications. The session will cover how the framework was extended, what is required of a graphics workload, and results seen from scale testing using an example of a prototype AutoCAD workload.
As businesses look to move PCs to the cloud, users are more and more demanding of a better experience and support for all of their devices. NVIDIA GRID enables state of the art graphics in a virtualized environment. This session will show how NVIDIA GRID enables graphics-intensive applications to run interactively in the cloud and display on any device, ranging from phones to tablets to laptops. It also covers the technology behind GPUs in virtual environments and the graphics architecture seen by applications.
This talk outlines how developers can take advantage of key Quadro features and technologies to take applications to the next level.
The new NVIDIA VGX technology allows for true hardware virtualization of the GPU, enabling a true PC and Workstation experience in a virtual desktop environment. This session will cover a comparison of graphics virtualization technologies available in the industry (both SW and HW methods) as well as accelerated remoting solutions.
Learn how you can use a multiple display configuration to render video content captured from multiple sources, utilizing the power of GPUs to achieve unprecedented performance.
Join NVIDIA product manager and application engineers for multi-display systems for an interactive discussion on the current trends in video walls, blended multi-projector systems and its deployment.
Have questions, concerns or thoughts about the direction of GPU-based video and image processing? Join NVIDIA engineers and product managers for a lively discussion of such topics as application design, multi-GPU architecture, data movement, threading, APIs, and color management as they apply to Video and Image processing applications.