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Supermicro VDI Solutions with NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU) Software

16-07-2020
de catre GSC

Enable your remote workforce using Supermicro’s VDI solutions with NVIDIA vGPU software.

VDI has become increasingly popular with the broadened availability of mobile broadband, higher bandwidth, more compute power in modern mobile devices, higher display resolutions and a trend of BYOD within enterprises. Supermicro VDI solutions provide the best user experience for remote workers by leveraging NVIDIA GPUs running NVIDIA vGPU software.

Supermicro has developed a line of fully validated server solutions featuring high performance NVIDIA GPUs, along with NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) software, to address the rapidly growing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market. Our VDI solutions offer best-in-class remote user experience for remote desktop and/or workstation needs by allowing workers to do their job securely from anywhere while having access to the same capabilities as if they were working from the office. Because of the increasing demand for a flexible and remote workforce, many people are finding the need for a better, faster, and greener VDI infrastructure as a major part of its remote work strategy. Supermicro is here to support the growth and scale of your virtualization infrastructure.

NVIDIA vGPU Software Editions

NVIDIA has a solution for many different specific use cases. Each version below is a solution that gives the right capabilities and power for each user’s needs.

NVIDIA VIRTUAL COMPUTE SERVER POWER THE MOST COMPUTE-INTENSIVE WORKLOADS WITH VIRTUAL GPUs

 

TRANSFORMING VIRTUALIZED COMPUTE As the number of servers grow across the data center, IT admins expect to manage them with standard server virtualization platforms from VMware, Red Hat, Nutanix, and Citrix. According to Gartner, "hypervisor-based server virtualization is now mature, with 80% to 90% of server workloads running in a virtual machine (VM) for most midsize to large enterprises.¹" However, this traditional data center infrastructure using hypervisor-based virtualization has been limited to CPU-only servers, with VDI as an exception. As a result, GPU accelerated servers running AI, deep learning, data science, and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads are often isolated in other servers in the data center, limiting utilization, flexibility, and manageability.

NVIDIA QUADRO VIRTUAL DATA CENTER WORKSTATION THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL VIRTUAL WORKSTATION

The Challenges of the Digital, Borderless Enterprise Creative and technical professionals count on an immersive visual computing platform to imagine, design, and build everything from office buildings to airplanes to feature films. They rely on an interactive design process, render intricate, photorealistic images, and perform real-time simulations to gain valuable insights into complex problems. Traditionally, these advanced workflows have been limited to highpowered workstations that are tethered to brick-and-mortar facilities and shared among professional users, such as designers, architects, engineers, clinicians, and researchers. But today’s organizations find themselves operating in multiple geographies, with distributed teams needing to collaborate and share highly confidential data in real time. This has resulted in several key challenges.

NVIDIA GRID VIRTUAL PC AND VIRTUAL APPS GPU-ACCELERATED PERFORMANCE FOR THE VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE

Desktop virtualization has been around for many years, but some organizations still struggle to deliver a user experience that stands up to what workers have enjoyed on physical PCs. While IT has traditionally settled for a “good enough” user experience, today’s workforce is more tech savvy and increasingly made up of digital natives who expect a dynamic, multimedia-rich experience.

NVIDIA GRID VIRTUAL PC AND VIRTUAL APPS GPU-ACCELERATED PERFORMANCE FOR THE VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE

NVIDIA GRID® Virtual PC (GRID vPC) and GRID® Virtual Apps (GRID vApps) improve virtual desktops and applications for every user, with proven performance built on NVIDIA® GPUs for exceptional productivity, security, and IT manageability. The virtualization software divides NVIDIA GPU resources, so the GPU can be shared across multiple virtual machines running any application.

Supermicro VDI Server solutions + NVIDIA GPUs + NVIDIA vGPU

Software Supermicro has truly optimized server solutions for VDI, coupled with NVIDIA vGPU software gives best user experience for virtual compute, desktop, or workstation. Best Windows 10 VDI user Experience. 

Top user experience with the ability to support both compute and graphics workloads for every vGPU accelerated VM Predictable Performance. Consistent performance with guaranteed quality of service regardless of device or location Continuous Innovation. A regular cadence of new software releases to ensure that you stay on top of the latest features and enhancements Best User Density. Industry’s highest user density solution with support for up to 32 virtual desktops per GPU Optimal Management and Monitoring.

True end-to-end management and monitoring with real-time insight into GPU performance and migration technology, plus broad partner integrations that let you use the tools you know Multiple Monitor. Support multiple displays and up to 8K-resolution displays to expand your workspace, enhance multi-tasking, and increase productivity Flexibility. Ability to dynamically allocate GPU resources to make sure that each VM and User has the power they need to do their job