HDX 3D Pro in XenDesktop is a set of graphics acceleration technologies designed to deliver graphics-intensive apps and desktops using deep compression technologies that significantly reduce bandwidth requirements. HDX 3D Pro leverages server-based GPUs specifically designed for achieving the smoothest visual performance on a dedicated GPU per virtual machine basis. New NVIDIA GRID virtual GPU (vGPU) technology introduced earlier this year provides a more cost-effective solution for delivering virtualized 3D professional graphics apps by supporting more users per host without sacrificing graphics performance. Citrix XenServer® is the first hypervisor to integrate this technology from NVIDIA, and it will be available on December 16, 2013.
“Remote users can now enjoy uncompromised virtualized desktops and graphics-intensive applications,” said Jeff Brown, vice president, Professional Visualization and Design business, NVIDIA. “With NVIDIA GRID vGPU virtualization technology integrated into XenServer and XenDesktop, designers and engineers can work wherever they are, with the highest performance, stability and compatibility.”
- Interactive webinar: 12 p.m. Eastern, Dec. 11 hosted by Citrix: Citrix and NVIDIA executives will detail the value to enterprise customers of Citrix XenDesktop, Citrix XenServer and NVIDIA GRID technology.
- Expert blog: True Hardware GPU Sharing Arrives
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