VIRTUALIzATION SOFTWARE ON NVIDIA GRAPHICS PROCESSORS

NVIDIA graphics processors use NVIDIA virtual graphics processor (vGPU) software.
Find the right graphics processor for your needs below.
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GPUs
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A30
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A10
A2
Graphics processor-
architecture
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
Memory size
80 GB HBM2
24 GB HMB2
48 GB GDDR6 with ECC
64 GB GDDR6 (16 GB pro Grafikprozessor)
24 GB GDDR6
16 GB GDDR6
Virtualization
Workload
Highest performance virtualised computing, including AI, HPC and data processing, including support for up to 7 MIG instances. Upgrade path for V100/V100S Tensor Core GPUs.
Virtualise mainstream computing and AI inference and support up to 4 MIG instances.
NVIDIA RTX® Virtual Workstation (vDWS) enables advanced, high-quality 3D design and creative workflows. Upgrade path for Quadro RTX™ 8000, RTX 6000.
Office productivity apps, streaming video and teleconferencing tools for graphics-rich virtual desktops you can access from anywhere. Upgrade path for M10.
Office productivity apps, streaming video and teleconferencing tools for graphics-rich virtual desktops you can access from anywhere.
Entry-level inference with low power. small footprint and high performance for intelligent video analytics (IVA) with NVIDIA AI in the Edge. 7 times more inference power
vGPU software support
NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server (vCS)
NVIDIA vCS
NVIDIA RTX vWS, NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC), NVIDIA Virtual Apps (vApps), vCS
NVIDIA RTX vWS, vPC, vApps, vCS
vPC/vApps, vCS, vWs
vPC/vApps, vCS, vWs, NVIDIA AI Enterprise
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GPU
A6000
A5000
A4500
A4000
A2000
Graphics processor-
architecture
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
NVIDIA Ampere
Memory size
48 GB GDDR6
24 GB GDDR6
20 GB GDDR6
16 GB GDDR6
6 GB GDDR6 oder 12 GB GDDR6
Virtualization
Workload
Ultra-high-performance rendering, simulation and 3D design with NVIDIA vWS. AI, Deep Learning and Data Science with NVIDIA vCS.
Work with the largest and most complex RTX-enabled rendering, 3D design and creative applications with NVIDIA vWS.
Work with the largest and most complex RTX-enabled rendering, 3D design and creative applications with NVIDIA vWS.
RTX applications and NVIDIA vWS can be used to develop advanced, high-quality 3D designs and creative workflows.
Small and power-efficient graphics card for compact workstations, including tensor processing cores for ray tracing and AI acceleration.
vGPU software support
vWS, vPC, vApp, vCS
​​​​​​​vWS, vPC, vApp, vCS
​​​​​​​vWS, vPC, vApp, vCS
vWS, vPC, vApp, vCS
​​​​​​​vWS, vPC, vApps, vCS

ACCELERATED COMPUTING POWER, VIRTUALISED

AI, deep learning and data science require unprecedented computing power. NVIDIA's Virtual Compute Server (vCS) enables data centres to accelerate server virtualisation with the latest NVIDIA data centre GPUs, such as the NVIDIA A100 and A30 Tensor Core GPUs, so that even the most compute-intensive workloads, such as artificial intelligence, deep learning and data science, can run on a virtual machine (VM) with NVIDIA vGPU technology. This is not a small step for virtualisation, but a big leap.
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SCALED FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY

NVIDIA Virtual GPUs give you near bare-metal performance in a virtualised environment, maximum utilisation, management and monitoring in a hypervisor-based virtualisation environment for GPU-accelerated AI.

PERFORMANCE SCALING FOR DEEP LEARNING TRAINING WITH VCS ON NVIDIA A100 TENSOR CORE GPUS

Developers, data scientists, researchers and students need massive computing power for deep learning training. Our A100 Tensor Core GPU speeds up the work, enabling more to be achieved faster. NVIDIA software, the Virtual Compute Server, provides nearly the same performance as bare metal, even when scaled to large deep learning training models that use multiple GPUs.
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DEEP LEARNING INFERENCE THROUGHPUT WITH MIG ON NVIDIA A100 TENSOR CORE GPUS WITH VCS

Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) is a technology found only on the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU that partitions the A100 GPU into up to seven instances, each fully isolated with its own high-bandwidth memory, cache and cores. MIG can be used with Virtual Compute Server and provides one VM per MIG instance.  Performance is consistent whether running an inference workload across multiple MIG instances on bare metal or virtualised with vCS.

RESOURCES FOR IT MANAGERS

Learn how NVIDIA Virtual Compute Server maximises performance and simplifies IT management.
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OPTIMISATION OF USE

Fully utilise valuable GPU resources by seamlessly splitting GPUs for simpler workloads like inference, or deploying multiple virtual GPUs for more compute-intensive workloads like deep learning training.

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MANAGEABILITY AND MONITORING

Ensure the availability and readiness of the systems that data scientists and researchers need. Monitor GPU performance at guest, host and application levels. You can even use management tools like suspend/resume and live migration. Learn more about the operational benefits of GPU virtualisation.

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NVIDIA GRAPHICS PROCESSORS RECOMMENDED FOR VIRTUALISATION

OTHER GRAPHICS PROCESSORS SUITABLE FOR VIRTUALISATION

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NVIDIA RTX A6000

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NVIDIA RTX A5000

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NVIDIA RTX A4500

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NVIDIA RTX A4000

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NVIDIA RTX A2000

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OPTIMISED FOR BLADE-SERVER

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NVIDIA P6

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QUADRO RTX 6000

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