Nvidia launches VGX Boards for cloud and virtualized environments

Nvidia has announced its dual-GPU VGX K2 GPU to power the rendering of virtual desktops in the cloud.

Nvidia’s Kepler architecture has been put to use in the GPGPU market for many months now and the firm is preparing the dual-precision Tesla K20 part to supplement the Tesla K10 part that it revealed at the International Supercomputing show earlier this year. Now the company has announced a dual-GPU VGX K2 graphics card that is part of its VGX technology to render desktops in the cloud and send them remotely as pre-rendered video streams.

Readt the whole story on The Inquirer and nvidia.com.

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