RTX Render Server
The New RTX Render Server powered by NVIDIA Quadro RTX series, delivers what Visual Artists are looking/dreaming for. Because Content is being creating and consumed faster than ever. And new technologies like 5G-enabled cloud gaming and VR streaming are going to drive the demand for high computational power even higher. NVIDIA is meeting these needs with their RTX servers. Not only do they state the server can eaisly provide rendering, gaming, VR and AR, and professional visualization applications, they state that now the severs can deliver cinematic-quality graphics enhanced by ray tracing for far less than just the cost of electricity for a CPU-based rendering cluster with the same performance.
With the embrace of 5G, streaming more complex applications through the cloud is becoming more viable. Combining RTX Servers on 5G edge networks will give users access to cloud gaming services like GeForce NOW and AR and VR applications on just about any device.
The NVIDIA RTX servers allow for virtualized production, rendering, and collaboration at high performance at a much lower cost that using a CPU rendering farm. This allows from higher quality effects, faster. Leverage Omniverse on RTX servers allows for faster collaboration on projects. And the support for Quadro vDWS allows for artists and designers to run their creation applications in a more mobile and collaborative manner without giving up performance.
POWER AND FLEXIBILITY FROM DESKTOP TO DATA CENTER
NVIDIA RTX Server is a highly configurable server reference design that provides the power you need to boost rendering performance on desktop, accelerate offline rendering and provision high-performance virtual workstations, all in a single, flexible solution that is available from leading workstation and server OEM vendors.
Drastically reduce the time required for offline rendering with the power of GPU acceleration with NVIDIA RTX Server.
ACCELERATED DESKTOP RENDERING
Boost local workstation rendering performance and interactivity by connecting to NVIDIA RTX Server and tapping into the power of up to 10 GPUs.
Provision multiple, easy-to-manage virtual workstations or a combination of virtual workstations and render nodes from a single NVIDIA RTX Server with Quadro vDWS.