29 Jan RESEARCH BRIEF: The Increasing Need For GPUs In VDI
What has changed over the past few years is the graphics and video intensity of the common productivity applications in use by knowledge workers. Online video content and video conferencing are examples of applications now in common desktop use that drive increased GPU needs. Combined with increased graphics use (OpenGL and DirectX) by the Windows 10 operating system, the processing requirements to serve a large portion of target VDI users have increased to where GPUs are more broadly applicable and necessary in VDI solutions than ever before.
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Table of Contents:
- The Challenges Of Growth In VDI Graphics Requirements
- NVIDIA GPU Integration For VDI Graphics Performance
- Call To Action
- Companies Cited
- Figure 1: NVIDIA Virtual GPU Delivers A GPU Experience To Every Virtual Desktop
- Figure 2: NVIDIA Virtual GPU Cluster View Within VMware vRealize Operations Manager
- Dell EMC