Virtualization News Roundup 2012/05/17


NVIDIA Introduces World's First Virtualized GPU, Accelerating Graphics for ...
MarketWatch (press release)
"NVIDIA VGX represents a new era in desktop
 virtualization," said Jeff Brown, general manager of the Professional Solutions Group at NVIDIA. "It delivers an experience nearly indistinguishable from a full desktop while substantially lowering the cost ...
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Nvidia Introduces Virtualization Platform
HPCwire
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 15 -- NVIDIA today unveiled the NVIDIA VGX platform, which enables IT departments to deliver a
 virtualized desktop with the graphics and GPU computing performance of a PC or workstation to employees using any connected device.
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Virtualized GPUs to boost desktop virtualization, games
ZDNet Asia
By Liau Yun Qing , ZDNet Asia on May 16, 2012 (11 hours ago) Nvidia's Kepler-based graphics chips will expand existing desktop
 virtualization capabilities so more mobile workers can benefit, while cloud-based games can now be delivered to devices ...
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Nvidia unveils virtualized GPU with eye on graphics-intensive cloud
InfoWorld
By Ted Samson | InfoWorld With an eye on the evolving BYOD and VDI markets, Nvidia today unveiled the Nvidia VGX platform, designed to
 virtualize server-side GPUs to deliver graphics-intensive applications and multimedia content to any device.
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NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announces cloud-based, virtualized Kepler GPU technology
Engadget
To make it happen, the company has created a
 virtualized Kepler GPU tech, called VGX, so that no physical connections are needed to render and stream graphics to remote locations. So, as Citrix brought CPU virtualization to put your work desktop on the ...
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Nvidia's GPUs in the cloud will shake up virtualization, gaming industries
BetaNews
The
 virtualization capabilities of Kepler make it ideal for use in large datacenters, and allows it to be shared by multiple users at the same time. Lag is reduced by built-in streaming capabilities, and Nvidia claims power efficiency and processing ...
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NVIDIA brings the Avengers in to show off Kepler virtualization power
SlashGear
This power of
 virtualization is made possible with NVIDIA's Kepler architecture and is made real with technology that is live today. Check out the rest of our NVIDIA coverage from this week through the timeline below and let us know what you're looking ...
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AusCERT 2012: Virtualization security needs improvements
Australian Techworld
Improved
 virtualization security protection and network training are needed if Australian enterprises are to avoid potential attacks via the virtual machine (VM) layer in the future, delegates at the AusCERT 2012 conference on the Gold Coast have heard ...
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Service virtualization arises to meet services testing obstacles
TechTarget
Service
 virtualization underlies an emerging class of tools for modeling SOA components. Using a new form of simulation, development teams can now work with representations of software services long before they are actually available.
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Cloud Services and Virtualization Boost SMB Survival
A Symantec survey reveals that as cloud computing, small business virtualization and mobility gain traction, SMBs emerge with stronger disaster-recovery ...
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