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Virtual GPU

Shared space for group and project work

Remote access to virtual machine with graphics accelerator for professionals working with graphics software

Optimized for user experience with professional graphics software Ability to use applications: AutoCAD, SketchUP, 3DS Max, Revit, ArchiCAD, Renga, etc.

Tariff

  • 94 GB RAM

  • 14 vCPU

  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 8 Gb vGRAM (DDA)

  • Windows Server 2016

€ 550*

per month

*Price based on 30 days in a month

Remote access

Any employee can work on a project from anywhere in the world with the Internet. A company can save money by working with remote employees from the regions or using the services of specialists for a project

All projects can be saved both to the internal network and to cloud storage, which can be accessed from anywhere or synchronized

Access from a virtual graphics station to a graphics software license server on the local network

Authorization on a virtual graphic station is possible from the company's Active Directory

Hybrid scenarios

A virtual graphics station can be easily included as a resource in a company's existing IT infrastructure:

Built on the basis performance video cards NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 8 Gb vGRAM (DDA)

  • With super-fast storage, you get excellent performance when working with the most resource-intensive applications.

  • Windows Server 2016 is used as the virtualization platform.

  • The solution uses Full-flash storage: SSD drives with on-disk cache (NVME).

Connection requirements:
on the client side, to achieve the maximum effect, the operating system Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 must be installed

2 modes of using the graphics accelerator

  • RemoteFX - 1Gb graphics RAM. Maximum resolution: 1920x1200.

    Limitations of this mode: the ability to use only a single user session.
     

  • Discrete Device Assignment (DDA) - providing the computing core of the video card directly to the VM - 8 GB of graphics RAM.

    For this mode, there is the possibility of comfortable group work within one graphic station.

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