VMware And Nvidia To Deliver Virtual Workstation Experience


5 Aug 2011
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Nvidia and VMware announced a strategic partnership to advance virtual 3D graphics technology and enable the remote delivery of high-end, workstation-class virtual desktops and applications for engineers, artists and scientists.

“Once only needed by power-users, 3D graphics are fast becoming a requirement amongst all end-users as they use Office 2010, and even the Windows 7 Aero interface. Our partnership with Nvidia will enable 3D capabilities for power-users as well as a growing number of use cases from any endpoint device, even tablets and thin clients,” said Vittorio Viarengo, Vice President, End-User Computing, VMware.

The Nvidia Quadro virtual graphics platform provides Quadro professional graphics performance in a virtualized environment via a remote server. It empowers users to take advantage of server-based Quadro professional graphics cards via a network connection. Users requiring access to graphics-intensive applications can work from almost anywhere, without being tied to their workstation.

VMware View 5 simplifies IT manageability and control, while providing end users the fidelity experience regardless of WAN or LAN connections. It delivers protocol enhancements that provide as much as 75 percent bandwidth improvement over LAN and WAN connections, advanced support of 3D graphics, scalable unified communications integration for voice and video media services.

source : crn
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