The NVIDIA graphics cards from PNY offer you a very mature driver technology and an enormous selection of 2D and 3D graphics hardware. The advanced CG programmability, the currently largest framebuffer as well as bundles and special solutions also for special markets are to be emphasized. With the Quadro graphics card series, NVIDIA is one of the world’s leading visual computing platforms for industrial design, special effects and complex scientific visualization.
For demanding use in CAD/ CAM/CAE, DCC, GIS , Broadcast, FEM , Virtual Reality and Simulation, Schneider Digital offers the ultimate high-end 3D graphics cards Nvidia Quadro and AMD FirePRO 3D series. These are characterized by the following features:
The professional 2D graphics solutions of the series
Nvidia NVS and AMD FirePRO MV series are the standard
for PC graphics in the enterprise. They deliver graphics performance for single- and dual-screen configurations, making them ideal for a wide variety of
environments, such as financial institutions, emergency call centers, digital control systems, and other critical
Key features of professional 2D graphics cards:
For the use of G-Sync graphics cards, there are there are two main approaches:
On the one hand, G-Sync solutions are used in the broadcast sector to synchronize studio equipment and hardware. On the other hand, they are used as a frame log solution for the faster build-up of an image during the operation of computer clusters.
Features and benefits of G-Sync graphics cards:
With HPC servers, statistical calculations on life expectancy are just as possible as predicting the effect of an explosion or a virtual crash test. In the course of autonomous driving, the deep learning capabilities of these servers are becoming increasingly important. There, high computing power has to be provided simultaneously by a wide variety of (car) drivers. Quasi incidentally, HPC servers are ideally suited for computing CGI image and video content in the highest resolutions.
Today, modern high performance computing solutions virtually always consist of a combination of CPUs and GPUs. Within powerful HPC servers, graphics cards serve as relatively inexpensive performance accelerators with an excellent watt/performance indicator. The current GPUs are able to adjust their computing precision from 16 to 128-bit floating-point precision, depending on the requirements of the user or the software used, and in conjunction with their built-in error-correcting code memory (ECC-RAM) deliver reliable results.
Today’s Virtual Desktop Integration (VDI) allows administrators to easily provide operating system updates, security patches and service packs for various applications to many users without much effort, as all desired changes only have to be made to one VM installation (operating system). Intelligent backup software can be used to quickly and securely create disaster recovery strategies.
Since there are powerful CITRIX / VMware and Hyper-V capable OpenGL professional graphics cards have become available on the market, such VDI servers are also becoming more and more interesting for CAD users. Up to 32 simultaneous OpenGL users can be served with only one AMD FirePRO S-Series or the comparable nVIDIA TESLA / GRID cards. Typical CAD applications for VDI servers are designers who edit small to medium-sized assemblies in SolidWorks, INVENTOR, CREO Siemes NX and comparable programs.
Modern thin-client end devices even allow use in 2-screen operation with up to 2x 4K resolution.