|Function Module||Silver Users||Golden Users||Platinum Users|
|Basic Functions||Basic Platform Functions||√||√||√|
|Virtual App SSO||Virtual App SSO||×||√||√|
|3D||NVIDIA GRID Virtual PC||×||√||√|
|NVIDIA GRID Virtual Data Center Workstation||×||×||√|
|3D Physical Machines||×||×||√|
1. Virtual App SSO
In scenarios where both virtual desktops and virtual apps exist, this function enables automatic SSO login to virtual apps after users log in to aDesk VDI. This provides users with the experience of using virtual desktops and virtual apps.
2. NVIDIA GRID Virtual PC
The administrator assigns B-series vGPUs to VMs on HCI, which need to be used together with the NVIDIA vPC license. Golden users can use the vGPU compute capability after accessing 3D VMs.
3. NVIDIA GRID Virtual Data Center Workstation
The administrator assigns Q-series vGPUs to VMs on HCI, which need to be used together with the NVIDIA vDWS license. Platinum users can use the vGPU compute capability after accessing 3D VMs.
Performance comparison between NVIDIA GRID Virtual PC and Virtual Data Center Workstation
|Function||Concurrent Users||VDI||Max VM Resolution||NVIDIA Professional||CUDA and OPENCL||GPU Passthrough||Max vGPU|
|Virtual Data Center Workstation||√||√||4096*2160||√||√||√||48GB|
4. Physical Machines
Customers still have requirements for heavy 3D design, simulation, and rendering in production environments. The current vGPU virtual desktop solution has hardware bottlenecks. However, the traditional physical machine workstation cannot satisfy requirements for data security control and unified endpoint management. This solution allows unified management of the customers' physical machine workstation in aDesk VDI and release of physical machine workstation to users in a unified manner. This implements data security control of the physical machine workstation while meeting end users' requirements for mobile offices.