What is VDI?
Sometimes referred to as desktop virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure or VDI is a computing model that adds a layer of virtualization between the server and the desktop PCs. By installing this virtualization in place of a more traditional operating system, network administrators can provide end users with ‘access anywhere’ capabilities and a familiar desktop experience, while simultaneously heightening data security throughout the organization.
We focus on 3D VDI :
CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) application need GPU based high performance OpenGL or DirectX. Instead of traditional workstation, our solution provide Remote 3D, GPU Sharing, and Workspace Sharing without loss of local workstation level GPU performance.