The ADN – Advanced Digital Network Distribution GmbH expand their offer nvidiaSolutions for even the most powerful workloads are perfectly equipped for future technologies such as deep learning, artificial intelligence, and data science. For non-graphical areas in particular, the California-American manufacturer has recognized the signs of the times and is now a pioneer in AI computing.
The Nvidia vGPU software is installed on a server with an Nvidia graphics processor and creates virtual GPUs that can be used by multiple virtual machines simultaneously. This way, the different scenarios are significantly better technically, as tasks are now performed with CPU load across the GPU. This collaboration allows ADN to redefine the performance limits for its partners’ HPC, VDI, and cloud computing environments, according to Bochum.
“The ability to offer Nvidia solutions to our customers opens up entirely new possibilities for us as a cloud solutions provider and Citrix experts to ensure our customers the best user experience and unparalleled performance,” says Hermann Ramacher, Managing Partner at ADN. “The mobile digital workplace is no longer a dream of the future, it is becoming a reality. We have to back this up with strong GPU performance for every workload; this is the only way to ensure unrestricted ease of use.”
“Nvidia graphics processors are the right answer to the massive power demands of data science, artificial intelligence, deep learning, and display,” Ramacher adds. “The GPU enables faster data processing compared to the CPU, and in addition to optimal performance in remote work and VDI scenarios, it also ensures a unique user experience.”
Load balancing ensures the different performance requirements of each user group through the flexible and scalable use of data centers. This also ensures investment protection and return on investment. Nvidia supports seamless integration into the data center infrastructure and provides IT with all the necessary management tools – from dimensionality and management to troubleshooting.
“Nvidia’s solutions offer customers using a virtual desktop infrastructure a user experience similar to that of their on-premises workstations,” confirms Dirk Parvus, director of DACH Channel and Eastern Europe at Nvidia. As a leading distributor of VDI, ADN knows what its customers need best, what vulnerabilities exist and which solution to better integrate, whether it’s just software or hardware that needs revamping. This is how our products become tailored to the end customer across the channel.
ADN helps partners find the right GPU and license from the application’s Nvidia wallet. The range of possibilities extends from virtualization of individual applications and PC systems to virtual workstations or virtual computing servers for power users.
“By integrating Nvidia’s solutions into our product suite, we enable companies to build a stable framework that is robust, scalable, and future-proof,” Ramacher concluded.
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