VIRTUAL DESKTOP INFRASTRUCTURE

POWERING YOUR KNOWLEDGE WORKERS

The way we work is changing – driven by tremendous growth in the pace of technology and the demands of workers. Learn how GPUs from NVIDIA can help your knowledge workers work smarter than ever.

KNOWLEDGE WORKERS ARE GROWING FASTER THAN ANY OTHER JOB CATEGORY

This group has grown more than any other category of worker since the 1980s and there’s no sign of this slowing down.

THE RISE OF THE KNOWLEDGE WORKER

6 WAYS THE DIGITAL AGE IS CHANGING HOW WE WORK

New technologies are changing the way knowledge workers get things done — and what they can accomplish.

WHAT DO KNOWLEDGE WORKERS NEED TO BE PRODUCTIVE?

THE POWER OF GPUS FOR VIRTUAL DESKTOP (VDI) ENVIRONMENTS

Graphics-intensive applications use up valuable compute resources, which can slow down access to information. By offloading work from the CPU to the GPU, you can deliver a superior experience to every remote user, for every application on any device.

SEE HOW GPUS BEAT CPUS EVERY TIME:

GPU VIRTUALIZATION BENEFITS KNOWLEDGE WORKERS—AND THEIR EMPLOYERS

Organizations that provide virtualized environments powered by GPUs can expect to see exceptional benefits. Here are just a few success stories:

DigitalGlobe develops applications and systems that leverage satellite images.

500-to-1

Employee to IT ratio
DigitalGlobe Improves IT Efficiency with Virtualized Desktops on
NVIDIA GRID.

Thanks to NVIDIA Virtual GPUs, we have a team of 3.5 people who easily manage 1,500 users daily...That’s a 500-to-1 management philosophy. You don’t get that anywhere."

—Mike Bantz, Engineer and Technical Lead for VDI Environments, DigitalGlobe Read the case study
The City of Davenport is a municipality in Iowa with 1,000 employees at 34 facilities.

2X IMPROVEMENT

IN USER DENSITY
The City of Davenport Safeguards Adoption with NVIDIA GRID.

User adoption is key...With NVIDIA GRID, we saw that we could deliver an unparalleled user experience that rivaled the physical desktop."

—Cory Smith, CIO, City of Davenport Read the case study
Holstebro is one of the oldest market towns in Denmark, with a population of over 58,000.

up to 70% lower CPU utilization

for a native PC-like experience
Holstebro Municipality Increases Employee Engagement with NVIDIA GRID.

I was blown away with the implementation of Windows 10 VDI and XenApp with NVIDIA GRID….With tasks now offloaded to the GPU, we were able to lower CPU utilization, ultimately giving our virtualized users a consistently great experience while supporting more users on the server."

—Tommy Stylsvig Würtz Rasmussen, IT Specialist, Holstebro Kommune Read the case study
Seyfarth Shaw employs 900 attorneys across the globe, specializing in serving its clients’ changing business and legal needs.

Stellar adoption

with hardly any complaints to IT
Seyfarth Shaw Leverages NVIDIA GRID to Boost User Productivity and Windows 10 Performance.

The biggest value NVIDIA GRID technology brings is the most native desktop experience possible...Whether our attorneys want to browse the web, scroll through large PDF files, or take advantage of video, NVIDIA GRID aids it all seamlessly."

—James Nixon, Application Support Manager, Seyfarth Shaw Read the case study

THE BOTTOM LINE

It’s Time to Invest in Your Knowledge Workers

As knowledge workers grow and evolve with the digital economy, it’s more important than ever to provide them with the right resources. This fosters collaboration and teamwork while increasing employee engagement.

Download additional resources below to support your knowledge workers.

BETTER VDI UX MAKES GOOD BUSINESS SENSE:

Three Ways GPUs Add Value to Your Virtualized Environment

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