vGPU’s are essential to companies that rely on accelerated graphics to complete projects…
Engineers and designers have traditionally relied on dedicated, high-powered workstations to perform their most demanding tasks, such as manipulating 3D models and visually analyzing large data sets. These standalone workstations carry smooth and high-quality graphic capabilities, yet engineers and designers are limited to that workstation’s exact physical location when working.
Engineering workstations are equipped with one or more high-powered Graphics Processing Units (GPU) that render graphics and images by performing rapid mathematical calculations that allow today’s engineers to create complex 2D and 3D designs in record times. Over the past decade, GPUs have broken out of the PC’s boxy confines and are readily available in the cloud as Virtualized Graphics Processing Units (vGPU). vGPU’s are used for artificial intelligence, education, medicine, computer-aided design, construction, satellite imagery, financial services, and countless other industries. vGPU’s are not just an essential part of our daily lives; they are integral to advancing our current technology.
vGPU’s are essential to companies that rely on accelerated graphics to complete projects in a timely and cost-effective manner. Moving the graphics card from the workstation to a server is critical when workers must complete their work outside of their offices where their workstation sits. This shift changes the hardware requirements companies need to allow their employees to use these advanced graphic processes. Your employees can render complex models and designs using lower-end laptops and computers anywhere. Your sensitive data does not have to leave your private network’s confines to complete these tasks, critical to every organization’s future and security.
This innovative technology allows companies to let go of the old computing processes, reducing the physical resources needed to open, run, and complete complex models and simulations anywhere with internet access. Today, it is less suitable than ever to be confined to one place.