Tag: n-series

Considering GPU in the Cloud for VDI deployments? Not so fast…

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At Citrix Synergy myself and Phillip Jones https://twitter.com/P2Vme has a presentation at the NVIDIA Booth on the first day of the conference where we talked about different deployment scenarioes for NVIDIA GRID both for HCI (Which Phillip covered) and in Cloud which I…

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Test run of Teradici Cloud Access Software on Azure N-series

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Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they were partnering with Teradici on their N-series virtual machine instances in Azure, which I’ve blogged about previously here –> http://msandbu.org/n-series-testing-in-microsoft-azure-with-nvidia-with-k80/ Teradici are the creators behind the  PCoIP protocol, which its often leveraged in VMware Horizon View…

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N-series testing in Microsoft Azure with NVIDIA

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So I’ve been fortunate enough to been able to test-drive the N-series virtual machine instances in Microsoft Azure. For those who are not aware, the N-series is a GPU enabled series of virtual machines. Which can either be setup with a M60 (Which…

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Moving forward with Nvidia GRID on Microsoft Azure

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At AzureCon, Microsoft announced that they were partnering with Nvidia in order to deliver their GRID 2.0 architetucture on Azure. This will allow customers to easily access heavy GPU power within Microsoft Azure, and this is then most likely like other virtual machines…

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