Nvidia's GRID technology enables graphics-heavy applications such as Autodesk AutoCAD to run in the cloud to any device.
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Nvidia leverages the Kepler architecture and brings out two enterprise-level graphics cards designed specifically to overcome the problems -- such as lag and poor performance -- associated with rendering desktops in the cloud.
With extended support to two of Apple's most popular devices, Amazon execs boast that they have the "most widely compatible cloud playback solution available."
Nvidia's Kepler-based graphics chips will expand existing desktop virtualization capabilities so more mobile workers can benefit, while cloud-based games can now be delivered to devices without GPUs too, CEO states.
Multi-touch, window graphics, cloud synchronisation, customisability, vast applications. Sounds like Windows, right? Wrong. Ubuntu has caught up and is ready to kick some serious arse.
NetSuite on Thursday said it has launched its cloud ERP system via an application for the iPhone and iPod touch.With the move, NetSuite has most of its mobile devices covered.
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