Tag: vdi

  1. What You Missed At NVIDIA GTC15!

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    You may binge-watch “Mad Men,” but have you ever binge-watched presentations on graphical CAD, CAM, BIM or MRI applications? Well, today is your lucky day. Whether you made it to San Jose for the NVIDIA Graphical Technology Conference or not, you may have missed some of the great sessions that were presented there. Fortunately for us, NVIDIA has posted the session recordings and slides for public ...

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  2. The (Significant) Benefits Software-Defined Storage Brings to VDI

    Hello, everyone! If you’ve ever worked on a VDI project, chances are pretty good you encountered one or more issues pertaining to performance, scalability, availability, data management, data protection, and cost. And when you did, chances are just as good it was your storage that contributed to or even caused those problems. After all, traditional (hardware-based) storage systems, which are not “application aware,” are unable to differentiate ...

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  3. 4 Must See Events @GTC

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        It’s not often that I share my agenda in such a public forum as my blog.  But, for the week of March 16 while at NVIDIA’s Graphical Technology Conference (GTC) I feel compelled to make an exception. I am super excited about the sessions that I have hand picked out of the catalog for this year’s conference. I hope that you are too.   S5872 Worlds Collide   The ...

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  4. Deploying CAD Applications and Workstations with VDI Goes Mainstream

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    We know current generations of popular CAD software hail from the old world of design-in isolation and need to function as a more coordinated, collaborative global design system. Shifting the design models and data off distributed PCs into data centers speeds the design process and gives engineers more work-style freedom. Adopting new ways to deploy and use current-generation CAD technology, means IT managers can help ...

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  5. An innovative and holistic approach to load testing VDI environments

    Please enjoy this guest blog post written by Iain McLeod of  Scapa Technologies Over the past number of years the tendency when benchmarking Thin Client or VDI environments, such as Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop, has been to use a scoring method where one system is compared against another, and a higher or lower score indicates which system is performing “better”. Within complex environments, such as VDIs, ...

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