Nvidia improves virtual graphics monitoring in its latest Grid update

Nvidia first took the wraps off its Tesla M10 high-density server graphics card (can we call them virtualizable GPUs or vGPUs yet?) back in May, and it’s now shipping those cards in volume. The company says system administrators will soon be able to get Tesla M10s in 23 systems from its major hardware partners, including Dell, Asus, Gigabyte, and ASRock Rack, and that number should only grow from here on out. To help sysadmins cope with the hundreds of virtual users that might soon reside on M10s within an organization, Nvidia is also updating its Grid software platform with deeper performance profiling and analytics tools for planning, deployment, and support of virtual GPU users.

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