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.
As enterprises 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 for Enterprise enables IT managers to deliver on an experience equal to a local PC with all the promised benefits of a virtual desktop environment. We''ll show how GRID is being enabled in the most common hypervisors, and talk about the technology behind GPUs in virtual environments.
You can’t buy a phone, computer, tablet, PC or workstation today without a GPU. Why would you expect a server without graphics to successfully serve the same users? As enterprises look to move PCs to the data center, users are requiring the modern PC experience that they have come to expect from their desktop. Users are not willing to go back to Windows 95. And now they don’t have to. NVIDIA GRID for enterprise enables IT managers to deliver an experience equal to a local PC with all the promised benefits of a virtual desktop environment.In this webinar presented by Will Wade, Director of GRID Products, NVIDIA, you'll learn how GRID is being enabled in the most common hypervisors and talk about the technology behind GPUs in virtual environments.
With all PCs, tablets, phones, and even modern cars running a graphical user interface, how can we expect a virtual desktop without a graphics accelerator to compete in the minds of users? Well, now we don't have to. Just like virtualization enables sharing of other system resources, NVIDIA's new GRID vGPU technology now enables virtualized graphics acceleration. This new technology enables the GRID GPU to scale across the spectrum of users in your company giving them the experience they've come to expect from a modern desktop.Join Will Wade, Director of GRID Products, NVIDIA as he discusses the details of the architecture, and how to successfully deploy usable virtual desktops across your organization.
Learn about NVIDIA Maximus 2 and the latest NVIDIA Kepler GPU architecture that is enabling design and creative professionals to realize groundbreaking performance and productivity benefits through a complete transformation of their traditional workflows.
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.
Engineers, artists, scientists, and gamers are the most demanding visual thinkers on the planet, and as such have not been willing to move their computing environments to the infamous "cloud". These remotely accessed systems are seen as slow and not up to the visual experience that users expect when dealing with these types of applications. NVIDIA aims to change that perception with the NVIDIA Virtual Graphics Platform. In this session you will hear about the technologies behind accelerating graphics in the cloud, and some of the industry partnerships that are enabling it.