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Virtual workstations empower organizations to deliver the most demanding applications from a centralized, secure, and optimized data center.  

Power workers using CAD, GIS, design & visualization, and simulation applications have long required dedicated, local workstations for performance. But today's power users increasingly want to be in motion, computing on their choice of devices. At the same time, their hungry applications and critical datasets have grown to the point where simple tasks can take minutes, if not hours, while data compliance and data protection concerns have only become more intense.  

Power workers deserve a powerful cloud-like architecture that can serve up their high-end compute, data, AND graphic processing needs on demand. To this end, Cisco and NVIDIA have teamed up to deliver the world’s most powerful virtual workstations. These virtual workstations provide native workstation performance that is accessible to power users on any device, anywhere.  

Join us on April 15 for this informative webcast to learn more about the new virtual workstation built on Cisco UCS and HyperFlex (HCI) infrastructure, natively integrated with NVIDIA GPUs and Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation (Quadro vDWS) software. 

Date: April 15 @ 1pm ET 

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Mike Matchett

Mike Matchett is principal analyst & CEO with Small World Big Data. For the past 10 years Mike has worked as an industry analyst for Taneja Group and TechTarget. Mike covers hyperconverged architectures, virtual compute and desktop technologies, AI/ML and NoSQL databases. Mike holds a BSEE from MIT and served as a Chief Intelligence Officer in the United States Air Force. Learn more at: www.smallworldbigdata.com. Twitter: @smworldbigdata


Gene Manako is Sr. Manager, vGPU Enterprise Sales for North America NVIDIA. Gene manages the North America vGPU sales specialist team. He has over 15 years of enterprise sales experience in the Silicon Valley with extensive experience in datacenter virtualization and graphics. He holds a Bachelor's degree from San Diego State University and enjoys playing heavy metal on the ukulele.

Bryan Hilton

Bryan is the Global VDI Technical Solutions Architect at Cisco. After joining Cisco in 2013, he accepted the worldwide VDI TSA role in February of 2017 helping customers achieve their VDI business goals. Bryan is passionate about desktop virtualization and ensuring customers can deliver an excellent end user experience without compromise. In his free time, Bryan enjoys time with his family, camping, and being outdoors. Twitter: @VDI_Geek

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