At VMworld Las Vegas, AMD the , a solution with GPU with two powerful GPIs with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), designed to support the most demanding workloads for data visualization, such as CAD, design, desktop as a service (DaaS) and rendering.
The radical changes in the modern workforce, aggravated by the explosion of data, provide an unprecedented need for cloud-based visualization workloads. Almost three-quarters (75 percent) of the labor force before 2020, and the size of the digital universe .
The Radeon Pro 340 is designed to meet these evolving business requirements. Based on the advanced is the first VDI solution equipped with 32 GB second generation ultrafast and offers extreme performance and high user density for virtualized environments.
Radeon Pro V340 offers a range of advanced features and technologies, including:
• Higher user density: It supports up to 32 virtual machines of 1 GB, up to 33% more than competitive solutions.
• Integrated code engine: The ability to compress independent video sequences in H.264 and H.265 formats. It offers design and production users the quality of video they expect, while IT managers can eliminate CPU bottlenecks.
• Ultra-fast frame buffer: Error correction code memory (ECC) and better energy efficiency than competitive solutions, allowing fast paging applications to be performed at high speed.
The graphics card is enabled by the , the only hardware-based GPU virtualization solution on the market, based on standard SR-IOV technology (single root I / O virtualization). By combining software and hardware technologies that provide virtualized graphics for the modern cloud, the MxGPU from AMD offers fast performance with the highest user density in the industry, without requiring recurring costs for end-user licenses.
The Radeon Pro V340 is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2018 by major system operators.