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Ubuntu 18 Desktop - NICE DCV for 3D AMD-GPU based graphics instances

Ubuntu 18 Desktop - NICE DCV for 3D AMD-GPU based graphics instances

By: NI SP - Remote 3D and HPC Latest Version: 2021.0
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

NICE DCV is a high performance remote streaming protocol that enables user to securely access remote desktop or application sessions, including 3D graphics applications hosted on servers with high-performance GPUs.

G4ad instances, powered by AMD Radeon Pro V520 GPUs, provide the best price performance for graphics intensive applications in the cloud. They provide up to 45% better price performance, including up to 40% better graphics performance, compared to G4dn instances for graphics applications such as remote graphics workstations, game streaming, and rendering that leverage industry standard APIs such as OpenGL and Vulkan.

NICE DCV offers end users a wide range of client devices, including native clients for Windows, Linux, and MacOS operating systems. Native clients support up to 4 monitors at 4K resolution each and the Windows client also supports USB redirection for 3D mice and USB storage devices. The QUIC/UDP protocol is enabled as well.

NICE DCV Ubuntu 18 Desktop supports high end remote 3D access for e.g. HPC pre-/post-processing applications. Includes support for remote USB devices and file transfer. AMD drivers pre-installed for high-end remote 3D experience.

The G4ad instances are available in 3 sizes, providing up to 64 vCPUs, 4 GPUs, 256 GB instance memory, 2.4 TB local NVMe-based SSD storage, and 25 Gbps networking bandwidth.

On AWS, NICE DCV provides the streaming protocol e.g. used by Amazon Appstream 2.0 and AWS RoboMaker.

Version

2021.0

Operating System

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu Ubuntu 18.04

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  • Amazon Machine Image

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