Boston showcase GRID at VMware Business Mobility summit

Implementing GRID allows the user to centralize, manage and secure user data

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Boston announced its collaboration with NVIDIA to showcase products at Business Mobility Summit, an annual conference hosted by VMware India focusing on advanced graphics-accelerated virtualisation technologies. 

Boston and NVIDIA showcased a graphics acceleration platform for virtual desktops and applications. The complete solution was displayed with live demos by solution experts.

The Boston Roamer 1100-0 provides an excellent balance of computing performance, server density and NVIDIA GRID remote workstation supports the IT infrastructure. This perfectly engineered system houses two Intel E5-2640 V4 processors, 64GB of DDR4 memory and 64GB SATA DOM. It also has 8TB of storage space, dual 10 Gb Ethernet connections and multiple NVIDIA M60 with GRID cards, all in a 1U form factor.

NVIDIA GRID brings the power of virtualization to the workstation market by allowing multiple users to share a powerful, feature rich GPU. This enables the user to access a full graphical and 3D accelerated VDI session through a thin client, an existing PC, tablet or even smartphone devices. 

Access from anywhere is not the only benefit from using this technology, by implementing GRID allows the user to centralize, manage and secure user data, giving extra piece of mind for sensitive operations in addition to reducing the energy footprint of the organization.

Manoj Nayee, MD, Boston Ltd, says: "We are pleased to showcase our GRID-based solution at VMware Business Mobility Summit this year in alliance with NVIDIA. As elite partners of NVIDIA, Boston have become renowned for launching the latest GPU based technology available and this virtualization solution made available on the GRID platform is no exception. We are excited to work closely with VMware to address the growing virtualization needs of customers in India."


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