Home EnterpriseAccessories NVIDIA Increases Support For Remote Workers

NVIDIA Increases Support For Remote Workers

by Adam Armstrong
NVIDIA T4 GPU

With the Covid-19 pandemic still raging, many tech companies are finding ways to aid the shift to remote workers. NVIDIA announced that it is doing its part by expanding free access to its GPU virtualization software. NVIDIA’s free 90-day virtual GPU software went from 128 to 500 licenses.

With the Covid-19 pandemic still raging, many tech companies are finding ways to aid the shift to remote workers. NVIDIA announced that it is doing its part by expanding free access to its GPU virtualization software. NVIDIA’s free 90-day virtual GPU software went from 128 to 500 licenses.

NVIDIA T4 GPU

Companies that have NVIDIA’s powerful GPUs on-prem can leverage the vGPU software licenses to accelerate virtual infrastructure. This allows remote workers to work and collaborate from their quarantined spots. If you are a company that has NVIDIA GPUs that are currently being used efficiently, these too can be repurposed for the above.

All three tiers of the company’s specialized vGPU software are available through the expanded free licensing:

  • NVIDIA GRID software delivers responsive VDI by virtualizing systems and applications for knowledge workers.
  • NVIDIA Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation software provides workstation-class performance for creators using high-end graphics applications.
  • NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server software accelerates server virtualization with GPUs to power the most compute-intensive workflows, such as AI, deep learning and data science on a virtual machine.

Leveraging vGPUs is a good way for remote workers to get the performance one expects form NVIDIA. However, leverage vGPUs can still provide high security as well. The data is still saved in data centers and not locally. The vGPU software also supports a broad ecosystem of hypervisors, platforms, user applications and management software making it easier to scale to remote workers.

NVIDIA vGPU software licenses work on all NVIDIA GPUs based on the Pascal, Volta and Turing architectures, including NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 and RTX 8000 GPUs, and NVIDIA M10 and M60 GPUs.

NVIDIA

Discuss on Reddit

Engage with StorageReview

Newsletter | YouTube | Podcast iTunes/Spotify | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | RSS Feed

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap