NVIDIA GRID – new GPU to the TESLA family “M10”
NVIDIA have today released a new product to the GRID TESLA family, I welcome the new “M10” GPU.
The product will be available in August 2016, if you attending Citrix Synergy next week in Las Vegas you will be able to try out the new M10 in the NVIDIA booth.
The M10 is the perfect GPU for high density so now NVIDIA can provide GPU4all. Latest version of Windows delivers fast user experience and the GPU is a very important component to deliver the rich graphics, the same thing is with Microsoft Office 2016. Graphics editor such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premier and last but most important Internet Browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera. The browsers are using GPU compute and GPU memory and the M10 is a great GPU for providing graphics goodiness and help companies accomplish a faster workspace with fast responseness reducing the time to wait and work from any place, this is the great value of GRID.
I am very excited about the new GPU and welcome it to the family of TESLA M6, M60
2013, NVIDIA released the GRID K1, and K2 and last year NVIDIA released M6 and M60 which was replacing the K2 and now the K1 have found its replacement GPU which is the M10. The M10 have 4 GPUs on 1 board, which is same as K1. The M10 have 8GB framebuffer which M6 and M60 also have but M10 have lower GPU compute which is 640 per GPU total 2560 in one M10 board. M6 have 1536 GPU compute and M60 have 2048 GPU compute per GPU and total in one M60 board 4096. This means the better you understand how the behaviour is of your app using GPU compute, then you know how to buy the correct TESLA GPU for your company.
I made a different specification between K1 and M10 so you can see how better the new M10 will be when its available.
Lets look at what NVIDIA offers and what GRID 3.0 is and which GPUs you can buy for your company.
NVIDIA TESLA M10 specifications
The new NVIDIA TESLA “M10” fits perfect in the TESLA for GRID family
The M10 is perfect fit for the “Power users” and “Knowledge Workers”
If you require Quadro functionality/OpenCL/CUDA, which is typically CAD/CAM/CAE apps, then M6/M60 is the perfect GPU for that requirement.
## M10 is only available for VirtualApp and VirtualPC license, and not VirtualWorkStations = Quadro functionality and OpenCL, CUDA
NVIDIA is bringing the cost down and increasing density
64 virtual desktops with a vGPU per board, with 2 M10 boards that 128 virtual desktops with a vGPU per physically server. AMAZING!!! #GPU4ALL