GPL Technologies All Set to Showcase New Virtualization Solutions Driven by NVIDIA Technology

By CIOReview | Friday, November 27, 2015

FREMONT, CA: GPL Technologies can be soon expected to unleash its new virtualization and visualization solutions powered by NVIDIA technology. GPL Technologies is all set to perform a live remote demonstration using NVIDIA GRID technology, Quadro professional GPUs and the Quadro Visual Computing Appliance (VCA).

The live demonstration will underscore the VCA’s ability to greatly accelerate rendering, and enable artists to make faster design decisions, while reducing reliance on overnight renders.

The graphics acceleration technology from NVIDIA delivers accelerated virtual desktops with a superior user experience on any device regardless location.

The GRID technology ensures complete virtual application compatibility both in physical and virtual desktops with enhanced performance, productivity and collaboration. With the GRID solutions, the IT manager can now control user profiles to flexibly deliver the graphics performance each user needs while providing high level of security to the data.

A Quadro professional GPU system scale the performance of the user application and dramatically speed up production workflow which includes real-time ray tracing and global illumination for full realism of the user models and scenes.

Quadro VCA is a network-attached appliance that harnesses the power of the highest-performing NVIDIA GPUs.  It's accessible to anyone on the network, is easily integrated into design workflows, and can linearly scale to deliver noiseless, interactive global illumination.

Accelerate design and VFX production workflows with the NVIDIA Quadro Visual Computing Appliance (VCA). The predictability and accuracy of physically-based realism is now fully interactive to speed decision making within the creative process.

NVIDIA GRID and Quadro technologies are intended to benefit visual effects artists, video editors, graphics designers and other graphics-intensive users for their ability to speed rendering and facilitate the use of virtual desktop infrastructures.

GPL has supplied and implemented NVIDIA technology for users in media production, architecture, education and government.

“These new graphics tools offer a big boost in performance, especially for virtualized desktops,” says GPL Technologies CEO Brian Terrell. “We are very excited about their potential to enhance creative collaboration and productivity. These tools have the potential to change the way artists work together.”