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NVIDIA rolls out GRID Test Drive for Indian enterprises

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NVIDIA has introduced the GRID Test Drive to test the power of NVIDIA’s GRID Technology used for cloud delivered graphics. This is the first of its kind and was showcased at the VMWare’s vForum symposium – one of India’s largest and most influential virtualization, cloud computing and end-user computing conference. This technology will enable the high end users to utilize graphics-rich applications through the cloud anywhere on any device – with the same quality and performance they would have on a professional workstation.

Speaking about the NVIDIA GRID Test Drive, Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director – South Asia, NVIDIA says, “NVIDIA GRID is experiencing strong customer adoption and engagement among OEM and ISV partners including HP, Dell, Cisco, VMware and Citrix, who continue to add increasing support for virtual GPUs in new product releases. IT professionals know that virtualized graphics are key to VDI’s success and increased implementation moving forward. They can now easily experience NVIDIA GRID’s performance and reliability via the first ever online trial of its kind.”

The GRID Test Drive stimulates user insight into the benefits of virtualized graphics and offers an easy way for any GRID partner to demonstrate GRID technology. The NVIDIA GRID technology is designed to give a performance boost to enterprise users in virtualized environments running anything from basic web-based applications to professional applications.

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