Georgia Tech Students Gain Broad Access to Powerful Design Software with Virtualization

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Provided by: Microsoft
Topic: Cloud
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The college of engineering from Georgia Tech sought to virtualize its computer labs' desktops, on which it ran the massive engineering applications used by students to learn sophisticated and compute-intensive, three-dimensional computer-aided design and manufacturing graphics software. The common solution maintaining physical machines with graphics cards would diminish the benefits of virtualization. Instead, Georgia Tech adopted an innovative solution: using graphics capabilities in Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V. Virtualization, in particular, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) became a key technology.
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