Friday, May 24, 2013

Supermicro server platforms use NVIDIA GRID technology

USA: Super Micro Computer Inc. announced that Supermicro SuperServer platforms integrate NVIDIA GRID K1 and K2 boards for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) support in the enterprise.

These VDI solutions can be deployed in high-density clusters to serve large-scale user pools. Supermicro’s NVIDIA GRID technology-based platforms are fully validated to provide the most responsive user experience and support virtualization via software solutions from Citrix, VMware and Microsoft.

NVIDIA GRID K2 boards are optimized for graphics and 3D-intensive tasks in Adobe applications, Autodesk and SolidWorks, while NVIDIA GRID K1 boards offer high-density VDI for knowledge workers.

OEMs and service providers looking to take advantage of this new virtualized computing power can deploy highly scalable solutions on Supermicro 1U, 2U, 4U/Tower, and 4U FatTwin NVIDIA GRID enterprise server configurations.

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