NVIDIA GRID Virtual PC GRID vPC improves virtual desktops and applications for every user, with proven performance built on NVIDIA GPUs for exceptional productivity, security, and IT manageability. The virtualization software divides Tesla GPU resources, so the GPU can be shared across multiple virtual machines running any application. Knowledge workers have changed the way they work and require modern, graphics-intensive applications and operating systems to be productive. Microsoft Windows 10 provides a rich, immersive experience and is the most graphically intensive operating system to date. Today’s popular productivity and collaboration applications like Skype and YouTube and even PowerPoint perform better with NVIDIA virtual GPU technology.
- Extend virtual desktops to every use case with graphics performance that’s tailored to each user, from task workers to mobile professionals.
- Enable wider business mobility with virtual workspaces that deliver a native PC experience on any device, anywhere.
- Reduce help desk support costs with performance that delights users. Enable secure, work-fromanywhere workstyles and BYOD.
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GRID vPC software license is available as a perpetual or an annual subscription license. This product page is for purchasing subscription license. For perpetual license, please visit this page.
An Annual Enterprise Subscription is active for a fixed period as defined by the terms of the subscription license. To be kept active, the license will need to be renewed at the end of the subscription period. The subscription license includes the software license and production level Support Updates and Maintenance Subscription (SUMS) for the duration of the license subscription period. Here’s how to buy:
Please select subscription license for number of Concurrent Users (CCU) per year. CCU is a method of counting licenses based on active user VMs. If the VM is active and the NVIDIA virtual GPU software is running, then this counts as one CCU. A vGPU CCU is independent of the connection to the VM.