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NVIDIA GRID: Deployment best practices for the digital workplace
To provide the right level of experience for users on virtual desktops, it’s important to avail them with the right amount of resources based on their workloads.
The term ‘digital worker’ refers to the new way we work in the tech-savvy, digital age. Across industries, the workplace has become more visual – video, web conferencing, multi-monitors, dynamic browsers, 3D features in everyday applications etc. are the new normal.
Even Windows 10 is more graphics-intensive than Windows 7, requiring 50% more graphics calls. There are many factors to consider when sizing a virtual desktop environment including CPU, RAM, storage, network, and more.
The purpose of this whitepaper is to provide guidance on how to assign the appropriate amount of frame buffer for the new digital worker on NVIDIA GRID environments.