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NVIDIA 8 Tesla GPU
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All GRID Models
GRID K520 (Standard Airflow)
GRID K520 (Reverse Airflow)
GRID K340 (Standard Airflow)
GRID K340 (Reverse Airflow)
GRID K2 (Standard Airflow)
GRID K2 (Reverse Airflow)
GRID K1
NVIDIA Tesla GPUs
Tesla K40 Active
Tesla K40 Passive
Tesla K20X Passive
Tesla K20 Passive
Tesla K20 Active
Tesla K10 Passive
NVIDIA Quadro GPUs
Quadro K6000
Quadro K5000
Quadro K5000 for Mac
Quadro K5000 SDI
Quadro K4000
Quadro K4000 SDI
Quadro K2000
Quadro K600
NVIDIA GRID

Virtual Desktops and GPU Acceleration

Imagine if your customers could provide responsive Windows and rich multimedia experiences to all of their end users via virtual desktop infrastructure, even those with intensive graphics needs.

NVIDIA makes this possible with NVIDIA GRID™, a virtualized GPU that delivers a faster, interactive graphical experience to a variety of users across all devices.

What is Virtualization?

Which GRID is right for you
Virtualization enables several operating systems and applications to run on one physical server, each using only as much of the physical machines’ computing resources as it needs.

What is a Virutal Destop (VDI)?

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is the practice of hosting a desktop operating system within a virtual machine (VM) running on a hosted, centralized or remote server. It allows IT departments to offer a secure “access anywhere” desktop experience to end users.

Why GPUs for VDI?

Users are accustomed to a visually rich experience on their PCs, tablets and even phones thanks to GPU acceleration. GPU accelerated VDI allows to you address the enterprise beyond the task worker.
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Virtual Desktop Technologies

Citrix XenDesktop- XenDesktop from Citrix is a desktop virtualization solution that transforms desktops and applications into a secure on-demand service available to any user, anywhere, on any device. The HDX 3D Pro feature enables
you to centrally deliver 3D graphics intensive applications and high-performing desktops using the NVIDIA GRID technologies.

Citrix XenApp - XenApp is an application delivery solution that enables any Windows® application to be virtualized, centralized and managed in the data center and instantly delivered as a service to users anywhere on any device. XenApp takes
advantage of NVIDIA GRID graphics cards to accelerate these applications.

VMware View - With View, IT managers can deliver rich, personalized virtual desktops as a managed service from a virtualization platform built to deliver the entire desktop, including the operating system, applications and data. The latest release of View uses NVIDIA GRID technologies to accelerate and improve the end user experience.

Microsoft RemoteFX - Microsoft RemoteFX enables the delivery of a robust Windows user experience across a range of scenarios. The NVIDIA GRID graphics cards accelerate the 3D capabilities of RemoteFX, while providing high user densities.

NVIDIA GRID BOARD SPECIFICATIONS
  GRID K1 GRID K2 GRID K340 GRID K520
Number of GPUs 4x Kepler Gk107 GPUs 2x Kepler Gk104 GPUs 4x Kepler Gk107 GPUs 2x Kepler Gk104 GPUs
Total CUDA Cores 768 3072 1536 3072
Total Memory Size 16GB GDDR3 8GB GDDR5 4GB GDDR5 8GB GDDR5
Form Factor Dual Slot
Aux Power 6-pin connector 8-pin connector 8-pin connector 8-pin connector
Graphics API Open GL 4.3, DirectX 9, 10,11
Interface PCI Express 3.0 x 16 (Gen2 Backwards Compatible)
Cooling Type Passive Heatsink
Power Consumption 130W 225W 225W 225W
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