The modern, high-performance workplace

Supporting remote workers due to the globalization of the modern workforce, especially even in Covid-19 times, has become a differentiator of progressive and progressive companies. With the many rapid changes in our environment, support for a variety of remote workers extends not only to office workers, but also to creative and design professionals, engineers, and whomever else needs workstation-class systems and GPU resources. sysGen and NVIDIA have proven and scalable solutions to support performance-critical workloads and disaggregated collaboration for remote workforces.
"Hybrid working enables teams to work better and creates experiences that reach everyone."
Today's digital workspace has become much more visual. Video blogs, web conferencing, multiple monitors, dynamic browsers, 3D functions, development, modeling, simulation, maintenance are becoming everyday applications and are already standard today and are used in many companies. In addition, the use of cloud-based office and communication solutions is a very essential component for most companies.

The increasing demand for work-life balance and the increased use of smartphones and tablets are also fueling the demand for home office options. All these changes lead to a flexible working mode in the spirit of "anywhere, anytime with any device" and mean a paradigm shift for companies, their organization, but especially also for your IT.

The Digital Workplace leads to more flexibility and agility in the company and improves the flow of information between the different areas. At the same time, it can help ensure that employees are more satisfied and more engaged. Another advantage is that employees can become much more familiar with corporate processes and have easier access to the information they need for their work. In summary, the benefits of the Digital Workplace are as follows:

Improved user comfort for

  • Communication and employee motivation
  • Collaboration
  • Information localization and sharing
  • Access to enterprise applications
  • Location and time-independent work
  • more efficient processes and workflows

Additional functions for
IT and business

  • Computing power for end users
  • Mobility management
  • Networking, including wireless networks
  • Digitization of all important data and work processes

Security and
access options

  • Applications
  • Terminals
  • Data
  • Hosting
  • Network
Data integration is a basic prerequisite for digitizing the workplace. The Digital Workplace is both a central work platform and an information platform. To this end, data from the various systems available in the company, such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM) or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), must be integrated. On the Digital Workplace user interface, employees will find all functions and information options in a central location. Information from the enterprise resource planning systems can also be accessed via the web interface.

to create personalized workplaces that provide individual employees with exactly the applications and information they need, it is important that the Digital Workplace can be customized. This includes personal dashboards on which employees can quickly find their way around and role-based rights management with individual read and write permissions.


Seamless transitions between office and home


Experience with a physical PC or workstation


Increased ease of use


On-site or DaaS

NVIDIA virtual GPU (vGPU) solutions bring the benefits of NVIDIA GPUs, including the Ampere generation, to virtual desktops, apps, and workstations , accelerating graphics and creating computations to provide access to virtualized workspaces for creative professionals as well as technical experts working from home or on the road.

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First class user experience

Ultimate user experience and the ability to support compute and graphics workloads in hypervisor-based virtualization environments

Calculable performance

Consistent performance and quality of service, both on-premises and in the cloudFURTHER

Constant innovations

Regularly released software versions ensure that you are always up to date with the latest features and improvements.

Optimal user density

Industry's highest user density solution with support for up to 32 virtual desktops per physical GPU Lower total cost of ownership with more than eight vGPU profiles for maximum flexibility to match resource allocation to your users' needs

Optimal management and monitoring

True, complete management and monitoring with real-time insight into GPU performance and migration technology, plus comprehensive partner integrations that let you use the tools you're accustomed to and have come to rely onFURTHER

Most comprehensive ecosystem support

Support for all major hypervisors, more than 140 certified servers and an extensive portfolio of professional applications accelerated by GPUs

Structure of the Hybrid Workplaces


NVIDIA and VMware are working together to bring AI to every business. To do so, they are now harnessing the power of AI in the hybrid cloud. NVIDIA AI Enterprise is the comprehensive software suite that enables AI on VMware vSphere and delivers near bare-metal performance for virtualized environments.


Live Migration

Live migration of NVIDIA vGPU-based virtual desktops with no end-user disruption and no data loss

Management and monitoring

Spend less time troubleshooting and more time focusing on strategic projects.


Harness the power of multiple Tesla GPUs in a single VM to scale application performance and dramatically accelerate manufacturing workflows.


Unparalleled ease of use and density for graphics-intensive VDI
Specifically designed for high user density with NVIDIA vPC2x the
density of previous generation*

64GB (4x 16GB per GPU) of GDDR6 memoryUp
to 64 multimedia-equipped virtual desktops per boardFlexibility

with heterogeneous usersSimultaneously
host multiple user profiles on one board

Superior video quality
Supports H.265-Encoding/decoding, VP9 and AV1 decoding

Higher resolutionmonitorsfor video and multimediastreaming
than 2x encoder throughput*

NVIDIA Ampere architecture
RT second-generation, Tensor third-generation cores
*Gen-to-gen comparison of NVIDIA M10 to NVIDIA A16

sysGen VDI Solution

Home Office up to 12 users
Barebone: SYS-R282-Z93 - 2U
Suitable for cloud computing and data center applications.

CPU: AMD EPYC 7443 Milan 24x 2.80GHz
SP3, PCIe 4.0, 24, 4.00 GHz, 3200 MHz, 2.80 GHz, 200 W, 4 TB, Milan (3.Gen)

DDR4, RDIMM, ECC, 16 GB, FP, 3200 Mhz

Full Height, Single Slot, PCIe 4.0 x16, 288, 8192, 72, 288, 24 GB GDDR6, 384-bit, 600 GB/s, 488.2 Gtexels/s, 28.3 billion, 885 MHz, 1695 MHz, 1563 MHz, Ampere, Passive

RAID controller: Broadcom MegaRAID 9560-8i - 12Gb/s SAS-3 / NVMe, x8 lane PCIe 4.0
The MegaRAID 9500 series is the industry's first PCIe Gen 4.0 RAID adapter family, offering PCIe Gen 4.0 host and storage interfaces. The MegaRAID 9560-8i adapter, based on the SAS3908 high-port count PCIe 4.0 x8 RAID-on-Chip (RoC), delivers twice the performance of previous generations.

SSD: Intel D3-S4510 480GB SATA 6Gb/s 3D TLC 2.5" 7mm <2DWPD Rev.2
97000 IOPS, TLC, 2.5", SATA, 7.0 mm, 3.6 W, 510 MB/s, 480 GB, 1.1 W, 560 MB/s, 36000 IOPS

SSD: Intel D3-S4510 3.84T SATA 6Gb/s 3D TLC 2.5" 7mm <2DWPD Rev.1
97000 IOPS, TLC, 2.5", SATA, 7.0 mm, 3.6 W, 510 MB/s, 3.84 TB, 1.1 W, 560 MB/s, 36000 IOPS

AOC-STG-i2T, 2x RJ-45 10G, PCIe 2.1 x8
Dual Ports, RJ45, 10G, Standard Low Profile, Ethernet


Virtual client computing

Designers and engineers working with increasingly complex models can work more efficiently, collaborate across geographies, and get their designs to market faster with NVIDIA Quadro® Virtual Data Center Workstation (Quadro vDWS).

Knowledge workers who use graphics-intensive applications and frequently use two screens for multitasking can leverage NVIDIA GRID to scale VDI deployments while maintaining a best-in-class user experience.

Virtual, compute-intensive server workloads

NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server provides the ability to virtualize GPUs and accelerate compute-intensive server workloads, including AI, deep learning, and HPC. This enables automakers to use the latest simulation and computation technologies to develop the most fuel-efficient and appealing designs, and researchers are able to analyze the function of genes to develop medical treatments faster.