NVIDIA Launches GRID 2.0 Architecture for Virtual Server Platforms
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NVIDIA Launches GRID 2.0 Architecture for Virtual Server Platforms

NVIDIA's new architecture lends support for Linux and doubles the number of users per GPU server that can be supported.

Looking to make graphics processing units (GPUs) a more mainstream element of data center environments, NVIDIA launched NVIDIA GRID 2.0 this week at the VMworld 2015 conference. The new architecture adds support for Linux and doubles the number of users per GPU server that can be supported.

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