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NVIDIA RTX Server High-Performance Visual Computing in the Data Center
Join us for a live webinar on powering the most demanding workloads with NVIDIA® RTX™ Server, a highly flexible reference design that combines NVIDIA Quadro® RTX 8000 and RTX 6000 GPUs, with NVIDIA virtual GPU software and leading third-party applications to deliver exceptional compute power in a validated server system. From virtual workstations and rendering to scalable visualization systems and edge computing, NVIDIA RTX server validated systems deliver unprecedented performance at a fraction of the cost, space and power requirements of traditional CPU-based solutions.


By joining this webinar, you will learn more about:

• GPU rendering capable of producing photorealistic final frames faster than ever before.
• Improve data center utilization and reducing IT costs and maintenance by bringing the power of the NVIDIA Quadro RTX platform to a virtualized environment.
• How AR and VR at the Edge will be impacted by cloud orchestration, 5G networks operations, and more.

Apr 23, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Carl Flygare
NVIDIA Quadro Product Marketing Manager @PNY
With 15+ years at PNY, Carl’s deep knowledge of NVIDIA Quadro products, their underlying transformational technologies, unrivaled software development tools, and an extensive ISV ecosystem that delivers innovative solutions for at the edge and data center deployment, ideally qualify him for the NVIDIA RTX Server webinar. From AEC to Manufacturing and Media & Entertainment, Carl’s knowledge of RTX graphics and AI enabled solutions will make this webinar a must attend event.
Michael Kaplan
Director of Global Business Development for the Media and Entertainment Industry @NVIDIA
With over two decades of experience with Visualization and Data Center technology, Michael has been involved in projects ranging from Visual Effects (VFX), Artificial Intelligence, Virtualization and Virtual Reality. At NVIDIA, Michael oversees the group responsible for customer and partner interfacing for the RTX Server platform.