Server & Licensing

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License agreements are used in conjunction with workstation and server platform software to increase the number of users or devices that can use a particular piece of platform software.

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Linux

Linux operating systems are open source software designed for building server and High Performance Computing (HPC) platforms upon. Common application uses would be for data analytics, deep learning and AI.

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NVIDIA vGPU Licenses

Virtual GPU (vGPU) is the umbrella term for NVIDIA's software for virtualising the power of its GPUs across a network. By licensing users from a server level, organisations can deploy virtual PC, workstation or server profiles that allow remote delivery of desktop, professional graphics or high performance compute applications to any device, anywhere.

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NVIDIA Omniverse Licenses

NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise is a software platform that provides content creators, engineers and scientists with a common digital environment for working together on projects.

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Scan provides free access, for qualified customers, to a live deployment of Omniverse Enterprise, enabling your content creators and IT team to discover the collaborative working benefits for themselves.

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