Optimized virtual client computing for graphics and end-user computing
Virtual client computing, including application and desktop virtualization, is a foundational capability for organizations adapting to the future of work.
NVIDIA is helping organizations provide optimized virtual client computing (VCC) for graphics and end-user computing.
The application of computing accelerators — including GPU acceleration — improves client performance, expands the available use cases, and provides greater resilience in technical performance. These in turn extend and preserve the business value of the VCC infrastructure investment.
IDC interviewed organizations that are using NVIDIA virtualization solutions, which include the NVIDIA Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation (Quadro vDWS) for advanced, graphics-intensive workloads, and NVIDIA GRID Virtual PC (GRID vPC) for mainstream virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) use cases.
On the basis of the data gathered, IDC found that these organizations are realizing significant benefits by leveraging NVIDIA’s capabilities to deliver a higher-quality user experience for both enterprise and graphics-heavy applications.
Check out all the facts and figures of these benefits that IDC has calculated in this paper.