Future-Proof Your Infrastructure

Simplified Management of Virtualized Data Centers.

Management & Monitoring

Management & Monitoring

Live migration of GPU-accelerated VMs gives you continuous uptime and proactive management abilities — without negatively impacting users or losing data.

Improve Business Continuity

Business Continuity & Workload Balancing

Increase utilization of data center resources by leveraging a unified, virtual GPU-accelerated infrastructure to run mixed VDI and compute workloads.

Optimal Resource Utilization

Resource Sharing & Improved Utilization

Divide GPU resources and share them across multiple VMs, or allocate multiple GPUs to a single VM to power the most demanding workloads.

Bare Metal Performance

Bare Metal Performance

Get performance that’s nearly indistinguishable from a non-virtualized environment with flexible scheduling options.

Take a Peek Under the Hood

Take a Peek Under the Hood

In a virtualized environment that’s powered by NVIDIA virtual GPUs, the NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) software is installed at the virtualization layer along with the hypervisor. This software creates virtual GPUs that let every virtual machine (VM) share the physical GPU installed on the server. For more demanding workflows, a single VM can harness the power of multiple physical GPUs. Our software includes a graphics or compute driver for every VM. Since work that was typically done by the CPU is offloaded to the GPU, the user has a much better experience. Demanding engineering and creative applications, as well as compute-intensive workloads like AI and data science, can be supported in a virtualized and cloud environment.

Resources

Start here for guidance on how to deploy NVIDIA virtual GPU technology, access tips and best practices for sizing your environment, or contact NVIDIA Enterprise Support.

  • Tech Tips
  • Documentation
  • Enterprise Support

vGPU Tech Tips Playlist

Find technical “How To” videos to help you get started on your vGPU journey. View our playlist of introductory videos, installation walk-throughs, and tips for success.

vGPU Tech Tips Playlist

vGPU Deployment and Sizing Guides

Learn how to deploy NVIDIA vGPU with your hypervisor of choice. Find best practices for sizing the vGPU deployment for the applications your users need daily, or determine which NVIDIA GPU is best suited for your workload with our technical documentation.

vGPU Support Services

NVIDIA support services for vGPU software provide access to comprehensive software patches, updates, upgrades, plus technical support. Access our support portal for an easy, reliable way to access personalized proactive support.

Latest News and Customer Stories

Dramatically Lower Costs

Dramatically Lower Costs

“...we have been able to reduce the operational burden in our department, provide flexible work styles to on-site engineers, and improve the ease of future expansions and relocations.”

 - Yoshinori Higashimura, Manager of Engineering IT, Global IT Division, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation

Maximize Utilization of Resources

Maximize Utilization of Resources

“We call our NVIDIA vGPU-powered infrastructure ‘VDI by day, and compute by night.’ But really, it's VDI by day and night, and compute by day and night.”

 - Roel Sijstermans, Head of IT, Netherlands Cancer Institute

Quickly Deploy New PCs

Quickly Deploy New PCs

“...I was able to quickly prepare and provide the environment for about 50 virtual PCs.”

 - Sho Wakamatsu, VDI Team Sub-Leader, Information System Department, Square Enix

Better Optimize Resources

Better Optimize Resources

“To give our artists more compute power, we can easily increase NVIDIA vGPU profile sizes and reduce the number of users we put on each server. We don’t need to replace any equipment.”

 - Daire Byrne, Global Head of Systems, DNEG

Virtual GPU Ecosystem Partners

Leverage familiar tools and choose from an ecosystem of partner solutions that offer single-pane-of glass management of the virtualized infrastructure -- from the client to the server to the GPU -- and beyond.

  • Virtualization
  • CSPs
  • Servers

NVIDIA virtual GPU is supported with all major hypervisors to deliver accelerated compute and visually rich user experiences to virtualized environments which simplify management and increase flexibility, while maintaining data security.

Citrix
Nutanix
Red Hat
VMWare

Spin up a new virtual workstation in minutes, with access to NVIDIA GPU-accelerated instances from our Cloud Service Provider partners.

Alibaba Cloud
AWS
Google Cloud
Microsoft Azure
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Tencent Cloud

The NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) solution is available from the top OEM server vendors and through the NVIDIA Partner Network.

Cisco
Dell EMC
HPE
Lenovo
Supermicro

View the NVIDIA vGPU certified server list for full details on which OEM servers support which NVIDIA GPUs, along with the GPU density per server.

Try it for Free

Experience NVIDIA vGPU with our Test Drive, or register for a 90-day free trial. Simplify deployment with fully tested and certified NVIDIA EGX Platform solutions available from an NVIDIA Partner.

How to Buy

Purchase the NVIDIA vGPU solution from an NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) partner. Our extensive network of trained partners can help with architecting and deploying an optimal accelerated virtualized environment.

Explore Virtual GPU Software Solutions

NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server (vCS)

NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server (vCS)

Accelerate virtualized compute workloads — from AI, machine learning, and data science.

NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS)

NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS)

Virtual Workstations for creative and technical professionals using graphics applications.

NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC)

NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC)

Virtual Desktop (VDI) for knowledge workers who use office productivity applications & multimedia.

NVIDIA Virtual Applications (vApps)

NVIDIA Virtual Applications (vApps)

Application streaming with Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) solutions.

How to Buy

Find an NVIDIA partner who sells
NVIDIA vGPU solutions.

Download Software

Access the latest
NVIDIA vGPU software.

Get Support

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Support.