Citrix and Nvidia accelerate virtual desktops with Kepler GPUs

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Virtual desktops can run directly on the Nvidia GPU under XenServer and XenDesktop

Citrix and Nvidia are working to enable high performance 3D graphics for virtual desktop environments (VDI) by allowing virtual machines to run on Nvidia's Kepler GPU under XenDesktop. The two f...

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