AMD MxGPU is the world’s first hardware-based virtualized GPU solution, is built on industry standard SR-IOV (Single-Root I/O Virtualization) technology and allows up to 16 virtualized users per physical GPU to work remotely.
Unlike software virtualization offerings, AMD’s scalable VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) technology can better protect valuable data by using a dedicated share of local memory for increased security.
An AMD graphics card equipped with our MxGPU technology offers consistent, predictable performance. IT managers can easily configure these solutions to allow for up to 16 users on a single GPU. When the card is appropriately configured to meet the needs of the organization, users expect the same access to the GPU no matter their workload. There is no worry about any one user tying up the entire GPU while other users experience slow and unresponsive systems. Each user now has an equal share of the GPU to allow them to design, create, and execute their workflows.
AMD MxGPU virtualized graphics delivers the same performance across multiple virtual desktops with the SPECapc® SOLIDWORKS benchmark, while the performance difference between virtual machines using a competing solution is up to 68%.
Users will have peace of mind knowing that their valuable work and data cannot be viewed by other prying eyes. Unlike software virtualization, AMD’s hardware-based virtualization solution makes it extremely difficult for a hacker to break in at the hardware level, whereas with software virtualization, any breaches or holes in the underlying driver can be exploited to access a guest virtual machine in an unauthorized fashion. For organizations that highly value security, AMD’s MxGPU solutions are the clear option for their virtualized workstation needs.
There are virtually no limits what can or can’t be done in VDI, with full OpenGL®, DirectX®, and OpenCL™ acceleration and full ISV certification for Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS®, PTC Creo®, Siemens® NX™, and more.
RADEON PRO SOFTWARE AND VDI ECOSYSTEM
One Driver For All
AMD Multiuser GPU (MxGPU) virtualized graphics delivers workstation-class graphics with local desktop-like performance from the data center to virtually any device, virtually anywhere.
In bringing the power of a physical GPU to virtual environments, AMD MxGPU virtualized graphics uses the unified Radeon Pro Software Enterprise driver which lets users effortlessly run professional applications on both physical and virtual machines.