Nvidia brings GPU processing power to desktop virtualization with GRID, a scalable technology allowing enterprise users access to graphically demanding applications from the datacenter. Previously, enterprises were forced to limit flexibility and productivity by only allowing these applications to be ran on specific workstations with graphics hardware, or limit performance by running these applications using CPU emulated graphics. With Nvidia GRID vGPU, virtualized desktops can leverage every component from the datacenter to deliver high performance graphic rendering straight to any size workstation, including laptops! By moving graphics computing power to the cloud and away from local devices, GRID drastically boosts productivity and user experience. A single Nvidia GRID vGPU can support up to 8 users, and an Nvidia GRID vGPU enabled server can support up to 64 users when deployed on VMware vSphere and VMware Horizon. Of course, Nvidia GRID software is highly secure and keeps connected users protected. As mentioned before, GRID is a scalable solution and is offered in three editions, each providing a customized experience tailored to the needs of every organization. I believe Nvidia GRID is the next step to moving virtualized infrastructures entirely to the cloud.