now includes NVIDIA GPU and vGPU support now supports  NVIDIA GPU and vGPU capability in it’s software defined infrastructure.

GPUs allow to support machine learning, Remote Desktop and other compute intensive workloads with all the same agility, scalability and security it delivers to traditional workloads. allows you to “pass through” an installed GPU to a virtual data center. You can then create a virtual machine to have access to that GPU and all of it's resources.

Alternatively, can manage the virtualization of the GPU. You can serve up vGPUs from the installed GPU to virtual data centers in  This allows you to bring vGPU management into the same platform you use to manage other shared resources.  

Currently supports NVIDIA Tesla and Ampere cards, for which additional licenses must be purchased for vGPU capability.

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