“Display Manager eliminates the need for massive data movement across networks by leveraging NVIDIA GRID GPU's for server side remote visualization. This represents a major milestone in the path toward complete simulation lifecycle management in the cloud,” said Andrew Cresci, GM, Manufacturing Industries at NVIDIA.
Display Manager complements HPC cloud environments by leveraging industry-leading workload manager PBS Professional to manage graphical resources, optimizing the utilization of capital hardware investments. This provides an instant, secure, convenient (zero-client), user-friendly and collaborative way of accessing intellectual property.
Utilizing graphical applications directly from the cluster via a browser, Display Manager negates the need for copying data from the cluster for visualization and offers improved speed and ease-of-use. Proprietary intellectual property never leaves the data center, yielding a more secure operation. Extensive image fidelity control to match network bandwidth and latency provides real-time responsiveness, whether operating on a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN).
Multiple users can collaborate directly from within Display Manager by simply sharing sessions. Authorized users can view and control a single session simultaneously without downloading any files, enhancing virtual team productivity and communication. Geographically dispersed global product development teams can conduct design reviews quickly and easily, without downloading any data for enhance collaboration.
The growing trend of data center consolidation has created a larger pool of remote users, and co-location of computing and storage resources for graphics-rich and computing-intensive applications makes eminent financial sense for most companies. By leveraging high-end 3D graphics hardware from the data center across this broader array of users, remote visualization greatly lowers costs while improving performance.
Existing Altair customers may begin using Display Manager immediately under the same patented token-based licensing framework employed by PBS Works, HyperWorks and other Altair applications. It will also be available as part of HyperWorks Unlimited, a state-of-the art, managed private cloud solution; within HyperWorks On Demand, Altair’s public cloud for computer-aided engineering (CAE); and as part of Altair’s Simulation Cloud Suite for simulation lifecycle management.
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