For a long time, graphics workstations were not taken seriously due to technology limitations. However, with today’s technological advancements in the new GPU acceleration technology, many organizations are quickly adopting the use of remote desktop virtualization solutions due to their flash storage and accelerated reading and write features that improve the user experience.
Unlike in the past where applications that used graphics were expensive and required dedicated workstations, with today’s technology, one can work from a remote server away from the workstation and access the required desktop information. Integration of server-based GPU hardware and all flash storage software enables tasks like seismic analysis which previously required dedicated workstations. So, why do these companies use remote 3D desktop virtualization?
Improved seismic analytics
The primary reason companies opt for remote desktop virtualization is how the software improves user productivity by increasing integration of powerful apps with the software. This upgrade means one can kick-start analysis on one device, then log into another device remotely and continue with the analysis.
Increased data security
For companies working in hostile environments such as unstable political areas, the software ensures the data set remains in the centralized data center regardless of the location you access the data. The feature allows running of sophisticated models without putting the master data at risk of data breach or loss.
Low bandwidth analytics
Oil and gas companies have large data sets to analyze. Another benefit of the software is the low-bandwidth required to analyze massive data sets thus allowing fast analysis on servers and GPU at the data centers. Contact us for more information.