Desktop virtualization aids graphics-heavy apps: Here's how
Delivering virtual desktops to others who work with 3-D graphics and video ushers in a plethora of difficulties—including dedicated hardware concerns. Understanding the differences between graphics processing units (GPUs) and central processing units (CPUs) ameliorates the challenge, however struggles remain.
Because GPU virtualization not only improves the performance of graphics-rich apps, but also expands access to such apps for BYOD, understanding the challenges of these apps is paramount to deployment success.
This e-guide illustrates how virtual desktops can aid graphics-heavy apps, and will help you discover how GPU virtualization can aid app performance, and ease BYOD management. Access this guide to get an exclusive look at Nvidia vGPU support and its accommodation of VDI graphics demands.