Nvidia to Render vGPU Support to SUSE's Kernel-based Virtual Machine Platform

Nvidia | July 03, 2020

Nvidia to Render vGPU Support to SUSE's Kernel-based Virtual Machine Platform
Nvidia this week expanded its hypervisor support through a partnership with SUSE Enterprise Server and unveiled new capabilities coming to its virtual GPU software. Through the partnership, Nvidia will provide virtual GPU support on SUSE’s kernel-based virtual machine platform. The initial offering will be supported with the Nvidia vComputerServer software and enable GPU virtualization for artificial intelligence (AI) and data center workloads. “Demand for accelerated computing has grown beyond specialized HPC environments into virtualized data centers,” said Brent Schroeder, global CTO at SUSE, in a statement. “To ensure the needs of business leaders are met, SUSE and Nvidia have worked to simplify the use of Nvidia virtual GPUs in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.”

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VMware and enterprise spatial computing. First, a disclaimer. Maryam Ghaemmaghami Scoble works at VMware on the conference team, so a good deal of our income now comes from VMware. That isn't why I did this video, though, she didn't even know I was visiting two days ago to get a look at what VMware is doing with spatial computing (computing you, a robot, or a virtual being moves through, like augmented and virtual reality).

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