32GB Passive PNY NVIDIA Tesla M10 Maxwell VDI Accelerator Card
IT needs a software-defined approach to virtualization in the data center that delivers scalability, data security, and simplified manageability. However, adoption of desktop virtualization solutions has been limited by their failure to deliver a user experience that’s as good as physical devices.
The NVIDIA Tesla M10 GPU accelerator works with NVIDIA GRID™ software to provide the industry’s highest user density for virtualized desktops and applications. It supports 64 desktops per board and 128 desktops per server, giving your business the power to deliver great experiences to all of your employees at an affordable cost.
NVIDIA GRID Compatible
NVIDIA GRID brings the power of NVIDIA Tesla GPUs to virtual workstations, desktops, and apps, for an immersive experience for everyone from designers to mobile professionals to office workers. Taking graphics acceleration to the data center lets IT centralize apps and data and deliver virtual workspaces that offer improved management, security, and productivity.
• Increased performance and reliability built on a true data center GPU solution.
• Fast, easy access to applications and data, anywhere, on any device, with a great user experience that rivals a physical PC.
• Secure hosting of intellectual property and mission-critical data within the data center.
GRID technology helps you protect your most valuable data, keeping it secure in the data center while providing just the right level of access to users. Keep your corporate intellectual property safe while also boosting productivity across the enterprise. NVIDIA GRID has three different editions that let you assign the right level of resources to each of your users; Virtual PC, Virtual Workstation, and Virtual Workstation Extended. When you create a new desktop, you simply assign a license based on the user profile that will be accessing it. IT managers can easily assign the optimal amount of graphics memory and deliver a customized graphics profile to meet the specific needs of each user. Every virtual desktop has dedicated graphics memory, just like they would at their desk, so they always have the resources they need to launch and run their applications. GRID enables up to sixteen users to share each physical GPU, so the graphics resources of the available GPUs can be assigned to virtual machines in a balanced way.
Raise The Bar On Productivity
Transform workflows to liberate your users and data from the confines of PCs, workstations, offices, and distance. With NVIDIA GRID, your teams can seamlessly collaborate in realtime, wherever they are, using any device they choose to be productive.
Protect mission-critical assets and IP
Protect most valuable data by keeping it centralized within the data center. You can securely collaborate with business partners without the threat of data loss, while also enabling new mobile, work-from-anywhere work styles.
Simplify IT Management
IT can now centralize data and applications in the data center and deliver a graphics-accelerated virtual workspace with improved IT manageability, security, and graphics performance that exceeds user expectations. Features • Four mid-tier GPUs.
• Up to 64 users per board.
• 2560 NVIDIA CUDA® cores (640 per GPU).
• 32 GB of GDDR5 memory (8 per GPU).
• 28 H.264 1080p30 streams.
• ECC protection for increased reliability.
• Server optimization to deliver the best throughput in the data center.
|Graphics Chipset||Tesla M10|
|GPU Name||4x GM107|
|NVIDIA CUDA Cores||2560 (640 per GPU)|
|Memory Size||32 (8 per GPU) GB|
|Memory Bit Rate||128 (x4) Bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||83 (x4) GB/s|
|Single Precision Processing||Yes|
|Single Precision Performance||5.289 teraFLOPS|
|Double Precision Processing||Yes|
|Double Precision Performance||0.1653 teraFLOPS|
|Integer Operations (INT8)|
|H.264 1080p30 Streams||28|
|Graphics Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x16)|
|Maximum Digital Resolution|
|Maximum VGA Resolution|
|Multi GPU Support|
|Multi Monitor Support|
|Supported Compute APIs|
|Supported Graphics APIs|
|Microsoft DirectX Support|
|Form Factor||Dual Slot|
|Low Profile Compatible||No|
|Low Profile Support||N/A|
|Board Power||225 W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors||1 x 8-pin PCIe|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature||90 °C|
|Dimensions||111.15 x 267.7 mm|
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