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Stratodesk, a leader in end user computing solutions for VDI, DaaS and IoT, announced today its complete integration with the NVIDIA Jetson platform. This solution will complement Stratodesk's already well received Raspberry Pi offerings for VDI and IoT. The Jetson Nano, powered by Stratodesk NoTouch OS, will be on display at this year's Citrix Synergy in Atlanta, GA (May 21-23), further proving Stratodesk's place at the zenith of EUC and IoT innovation. It also designates Stratodesk as the first ever EUC vendor to present a Linux based "thin" OS for the Jetson Nano.
VMblog speaks with NVIDIA during the IGEL Disrupt 2019 event in San Jose, CA.
NVIDIA has been working with VMware for many years offering their virtualization graphics technology. And now, NVIDIA is working with IGEL to help their users have the best experience possible and handle graphic intensive applications.
The partnership between IGEL and NVIDIA is going to really drive the VDI and internet of things market. Recent collaboration puts the IGEL OS on a 64-bit ARM-based NVIDIA Jetson platform.
Watch their demo that showcases the difference between a machine with and without a NVIDIA VGPU.
Liquidware Labs Graphics and User Lifecycle Managment presentation from vmworld 2016 at the nvidia booth.
VMBlog speaks with Nvidia and Liquidware Labs at vmworld 2016 explaining how they are working together to provide insight into GPU utilization through a new API.