Case Study: Architectural Firm Improves Autodesk Revit Performance With Cisco UCS, NVIDIA T4 GPUs, and Citrix Virtual Desktops
Designed and built for better collaboration
HKS, a global architectural firm based in Dallas, is renowned for delivering designs that inspire, connect and perform. In an ironic twist, the firm found itself facing connection and performance issues of its own. Their technology strategy was keeping the firm’s 1,400 specialists in 23 offices around the globe from efficiently sharing files and collaborating at the highest levels.
In this case study, learn how HKS implemented Cisco UCS, NVIDIA T4 GPUs, and Citrix Virtual desktops to overcome the following challenges:
- Improving intra-office collaboration and productivity
- Minimizing large file transfers and application latency
- Simplifying systems management and scalability
Cisco and NVIDIA Virtual Desktop Solution for AEC
Virtual desktop solutions provide plenty of pros to the pros who work in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry.
Indeed, NVIDIA virtual GPU solutions together with Cisco UCS technology create a powerful platform that offers AEC firms significant benefits. Among them:
- The ability to securely run resource-intensive applications on any device, anywhere
- Real-time collaboration for dispersed teams and external partners
- Greater security of intellectual property and enhanced version control
And that’s just the beginning. To get the full list of benefits, download our free white paper today.
Advancing Graphics-Intensive Workloads
Find out how virtual workstations powered by Cisco UCS with NVIDIA RTX GPUs enable your users to leverage professional graphics applications—from anywhere.
You’ll learn how organizations across all verticals can more easily access and use industry-leading 3D graphics applications, including Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Maya, Siemens NX, Dassault Systèmes CATIA and SOLIDWORKS with these solutions.
Watch today for a break-down of critical use cases and benefits across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, engineering, architectural design, construction, and media/entertainment.