Experience the transformative power of NVIDIA Virtual Desktops. Harness the potential of shared virtual GPU resources, enabling accelerated graphics, 3D rendering, gaming, and machine learning in virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments and cloud-based gaming platforms. Optimise resource utilisation and cost efficiency like never before.
NVIDIA Virtual Desktops are designed to facilitate the sharing of an NVIDIA GPU across multiple virtual machines or users. This technology allows for the dynamic and flexible allocation of GPU resources, bringing the power and sophistication of high-end, dedicated GPU resources to a more diverse range of systems and users.
NVIDIA Virtual Desktops operate primarily in VDI environments and cloud-based gaming platforms. The technology works by virtualising the physical GPU resources into a unified pool, which can then be allocated dynamically to various virtual machines based on demand. This means multiple users can concurrently run GPU-accelerated applications on a singular physical GPU, leading to enhanced resource utilisation and improved cost efficiency.
We specialise in bringing cutting-edge technology solutions to our clients, and our expertise in implementing NVIDIA Virtual Desktops is no exception. We understand the transformative power of shared virtual GPU resources and how they can revolutionise your business operations, enabling accelerated graphics, 3D rendering, gaming, and machine learning in VDI environments and cloud-based gaming platforms.
Our team of experts were instrumental in the VDI implementation used onboard the Queen Elizabeth Class (QEC) and Type 26 Frigates for BAE Systems. This solution leveraged the power of NVIDIA Virtual Desktops to support the Royal Navy fleet, providing a robust, flexible, and cost-effective platform for high-performance graphics capabilities.
Amplify productivity and revolutionise resource allocation in your virtual environments.
Maximise resource utilisation by sharing a single physical GPU among multiple virtual machines, saving on hardware costs and reducing overall power consumption and cooling requirements in data centres.
Scale GPU resources based on specific needs, allowing administrators to allocate and reallocate GPU resources dynamically, adapting to changing workload requirements.
Improve the overall user experience by enabling GPU acceleration for virtual desktops and applications. Users can access high-quality, responsive graphics and compute-intensive applications, even on devices without dedicated GPUs.
NVIDIA Virtual Desktops are compatible with popular virtualisation platforms like VMware and Citrix, allowing IT administrators to manage GPU resources and virtual environments through familiar management interfaces.
NVIDIA offers a powerful and versatile platform for various industries.
Virtual Desktops can be used to provide secure, high-performance computing capabilities in remote or mobile command centres. Real-time 3D rendering and simulation applications can be run on shared systems, enabling strategic planning and training exercises without the need for high-end, dedicated hardware at every location. This was demonstrated in our work with BAE Systems, where we implemented a VDI solution used onboard the QEC and Type 26 Frigates.
Utilising NVIDIA Virtual Desktops in healthcare can facilitate telemedicine and remote diagnostics. Medical professionals can access high-quality, responsive graphics and compute-intensive applications, such as 3D medical imaging and AI-assisted diagnosis tools, from any device, anywhere. This can improve patient care by enabling faster, more accurate diagnoses and treatment plans.
Virtual Desktops can be used to provide students and educators with access to high-performance computing resources, regardless of their personal device capabilities. This can enable remote learning with resource-intensive applications, such as 3D modeling software for engineering or design courses, or AI development platforms for computer science courses.
In manufacturing, Virtual Desktops can be used to facilitate remote design and engineering work. Engineers can access CAD/CAM software and other resource-intensive applications from any device, enabling them to design, simulate, and test products without being physically present at the manufacturing site. This can improve productivity and collaboration while reducing the need for high-end hardware at every workstation.
Read our case study with BAE Systems on how we used NVIDIA vGPU to support the Royal Navy fleet.
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