Now available, the NVIDIA A16 Tensor Core GPU takes remote work to the next level. Combined with NVIDIA Virtual Apps (vApps), NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC), or NVIDIA RTX™ Virtual Workstation (vWS) software, it enables virtual desktops and workstations with the power and performance to tackle projects from anywhere with performance indistinguishable from a native PC. Specifically designed and optimized for high-density, graphics-rich virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and leveraging the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, NVIDIA A16 delivers up to 2x the user density, compared with the previous generation M10, reducing the amount of hardware resources needed and lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO), while ensuring the best possible user experience.
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As a company NVIDIA has always tackled the grand challenges of computer graphics, high performance computing, AI, visualization, and more. Real-time ray tracing, advanced AI, digital prototyping and design validation, GPU acceleration of research across the life sciences to address zoonotic pathogens – and NVIDIA does exactly the same for software – NVIDIA® Omniverse Enterprise is the latest, and potentially the most profound example, of NVIDIA’s commitment to hardware and software solutions with the potential to reinvent entire industries by reimagining how we work together.
Topics: 3D, Visualization, AI, NVIDIA RTX Technology, Real-time ray tracing, GPU acceleration, Omniverse, Design Validation, Omniverse Enterprise, Omniverse Nucleus Server, Omniverse Connectors, NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS), NVIDIA-Certified Systems, Digital Prototyping, NVIDIA EGX Platform