About Thomas Poppelgaard

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Summary

19 years of IT experience holding various positions like , Administrator, Consultant, Senior Consultant, IT Architect, Solution Architect, Concept Manager and Product Manager, and also running my own company.

My current position is my own company, where I have clients globally and my company goal is to better help business adapt new technologies. Here I am a independent Consultant in Visual Computing.I see myself as a  subject matter expert on remote graphics, where I help companies globally how they can design, implement, troubleshoot 2D/3D graphics in the cloud and mostly on-premesis. My clients are both Vendors, ISV, ISP, Distributors, Resellers and End customers.

My company helps with professional services such as Advisory, IT-strategy, Pre-sales, Architectural designing, Planning and implementation solutions within Citrix, Vmware and Microsoft. Highly involved in Proof of Concepts to help proving why business should adapt new technologies.

In depth knowledge about HDX 3D Pro since 2008. In 2011 was he one of the organizers of a successful event where vendors including Citrix, HP, Autodesk and Nvidia were gathered to demonstrate HDX 3D Pro to a wider audience and in 2013 talked at NVIDIA GTC and Citrix HQ, Webinar for global market.

Specialized in how CAD/CAE/CAM/entertainment/media applications can be virtualized with Citrix/Vmware/Microsoft (SBC/VDI technologies) with Nvidia/AMD. Helping accelerate business why the GPU is important for virtualization for common applications and for high end graphical applications.

Design/Advice/Implement HPC solutions (Bright/Nice Software) and how these solutions can be combined with remote graphics.

Globally Thomas is a speaker at conference, webinar, seminar, roadshow about remote visualization Citrix, VMware and Nvidia/AMD in the World and HPC solutions.

Thomas Poppelgaard is a speaker at NVIDIA GTC, Citrix Synergy, CUG Norway, CUG Dutch, CUG Finland, E2E Virtualization Conference in 2011/2012/2013/2015/2016 and have held multiple Citrix Geek Speak Live sessions.

Thomas Poppelgaard has been awarded the Citrix Technology Professional (CTP), Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), RES Value Professional (RSVP) and Atlantis Community Expert (ACE) award.

He is a Citrix Certified Integration Architect (CCIA), Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer (CCEE), Citrix Certified Sales Professional (CCSP) and have dozen of Citrix Certified Professional (CCA) Exams, RES Most Valued Professional, Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Certified in Check Point FireWall 1.

Thomas Poppelgaard Specialties:

General Windows infrastructure, Server Based Computing. Pre-sale, designing, planning and implementation solutions within Citrix, Vmware and Microsoft. Migration and consolidation – planning and implementing. In-depth technical training, instructional skills. Broad technology background. Analytical troubleshooting. Project Management.

Specialized in how CAD/CAE/CAM applications can be virtualized with Citrix,VMware, Microsoft SBC/VDI technologies with GPU’s from NVIDIA/AMD/INTEL.

Citrix products:XenServer, GPU Pass-through, vGPU, XenApp,XenDesktop,HDX, HDX 3D, HDX 3D Pro, Cloud Bridge, Netscaler, Provisioning, ShareFile, Edgesight, Password Manager, Profile Management, Receiver and XenMobile.

VMware products: ESX/vSphere, View, Horizon, Mirage, vSAN, vDGA,vSGA, sVGA

NVIDIA products: Geforece, Quadro,Tegra,  Tesla, GRID’s, vGPU
AMD products: RapidFire, FirePro, APU
Intel products: APU, Iris Pro Graphics

Feel free to contact me at thomas@poppelgaard.com

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Recent Comments

Alex

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So how come version 3.11 doesn’t work for application switching?

John

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Hello, how to allow SR-IOV for the Intel P580 in a m710x? (unable to find any settings in BIOS)

I get the following error: Dismount-VmHostAssignableDevice : The operation failed.
The device cannot be assigned to a virtual machine as the firmware (BIOS or UEFI) on this host computer system indicates that the device must remain in
contact with the firmware running in the host. The device can only be used in the management operating system. You should contact your OEM to determ
ine if a firmware upgrade is available, or if the PCI Express device can be reconfigured to be independent of the host firmware.

Aza

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Great article Thomas.

Can you tell more about the difference in user density between M510 and M710x?
Citrix published an article with a LoginVSI test related to the M510 9https://www.citrix.com/blogs/2016/06/30/we-choose-to-go-to-the-moon/), but I’m more interested in the M170x because of its Iris Pro P580.

Olivier

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Thank you! Thats the solution i needed.