NVIDIA, today announced the launch of its NVIDIAR GRIDT 2.0 which can deliver even the most graphics-intensive
applications to any connected device virtually, at VForum 2015, held at JW Mariott, Mumbai. NVIDIA GRID 2.0 was officially launched during the VMWorld 2015 in San Francisco, worldwide. NVIDIA GRID 2.0 delivers unprecedented performance, efficiency and flexibility improvements for virtualized
graphics in enterprise workflows. Employees can work from almost anywhere without delays in downloading files, increasing their productivity. IT departments can equip workers with instant access to powerful applications, improving resource allocation. Data can be stored more securely by residing
in a central server rather than individual systems. In comparison to its predecessor, NVIDIA GRID 2.0 offers twice the user density, allowing up to 128 users per server, expanding service to more employees at a lower cost per user and doubled application performance. NVIDIA GRID 2.0 can now be run
on blade servers – not simply rack servers – from leading blade server providers. Along with Windows OS, it also has
expanded its support to Enterprises in industries that depend on Linux applications.
Nearly a dozen Fortune 500 companies are completing trials of the NVIDIA GRID 2.0 beta. Major server vendors, including Cisco, Dell, HP and Lenovo, have qualified the GRID solution to run on 125 server models, including new blade servers. NVIDIA has worked closely with Citrix and VMware to bring a
rich graphics experience to end-users on the industry’s leading