AMD crams two Vega GPUs into the Radeon Pro V340 — capable of handling up to 32 users per card!
AMD announced their Radeon Pro V340, a dual-Vega Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution meant to accelerate the most demanding datacenter visualization workloads.
The Radeon Pro V340 cards feature 32GB of HBM2 memory for insanely high bandwidth for the design and media workloads. The implementation of HBM2 also allows AMD to claim to be the first VDI hardware solution with the technology.
With AMD MxGPU Technology, the Radeon Pro V340 deliver the only hardware-based GPU virtualization solution in the market, based on the industry-standard SR-IOV (Single Root I/O Virtualization) technology. It supports up to 32 virtual machines, allowing up to 33% higher user density per GPU.
The AMD Radeon Pro V340 will be available in Q4 2018 from leading system providers.
Pokdepinion: Can we like game on this with four virtual PCs powered by this?