Boston IT Solutions Private Limited announced their latest server solutions based on NVIDIA GRID K2 boards for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) at Broadcast India 2013.
Boston’s NVIDIA GRID technology-based platforms are designed provide full graphics in virtualised environments and support the virtualisation software from Citrix®, VMware® and Microsoft. NVIDIA GRID K2 boards are optimized for graphics and 3D-intensive tasks in Adobe® applications, Autodesk® and SolidWorks®, while NVIDIA GRID K1 boards offer high-density VDI for knowledge workers. For more information and a demonstration visit Boston on stand A-103.
At Broadcast India 2013 Boston is presenting the Boston Quattro 1480-T: a fully integrated hardware and software stack based on Supermicro’s FatTwin server platform and NVIDIA’s GRID technology. Featuring a new four hot-pluggable node design, with each node containing dual Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 V2 processors, 128GB of ECC DDR3 memory and two of NVIDIA’s Kepler architecture-based K2 GRID boards, the Quattro 1480-T can be deployed in a high-density cluster to serve large-scale user pools. In doing so IT managers are now able to add their most graphics-intensive users to their virtual solution, improving user density while providing true PC performance and compatibility.
Manoj Nayee, Managing Director for Boston Limited says “Boston takes pride in unveiling our latest range of media optimised VDI solutions based on Supermicro hardware and innovative GRID technology from NVIDIA. Customers looking for the most efficient path to scalable enterprise platforms need look no further than Boston for dedicated NVIDIA GRID-optimised solutions. With the Boston Quattro 1480-T IT professionals now have the flexibility to quickly design and deploy optimized, virtualized desktop platforms throughout their organizations.”
In addition, Boston and NVIDIA will be hosting an exclusive series of presentation and demonstrations every day at Broadcast India, highlighting how GRID technology can help geographically diverse teams overcome difficulties when collaborating on creative projects.