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Cloud Graphics: Could Your Next Smartphone or PC Use a Virtual GPU?

Nvidia's throwing its silicon hat in the cloud computing ring with something it's calling a VGX or "virtualized graphics" card, the idea being to offload virtual desktop (VDI) graphics processing from CPUs to GPUs, something existing virtualization tools don't do well, if at all.
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