M7 ADDS NVIDIA GRID™ TECHNOLOGY TO ITS PORTFOLIO!
MONTVALE, NJ–(Marketwired – May 22, 2013) – M7 Global Partners, a consortium of leading U.S. IT consulting firms and Citrix™ platinum resellers, today announced that it has added NVIDIA GRID™ technology to its portfolio of IT products and services. M7 Global Partners are the first NVIDIA Certified Partners to market with this technology, which will allow its customers to offload graphics processing from the CPU to the GPU in virtual environments. With direct access to the GPU, users on virtual desktops can receive the same rich, high-performance graphics experience they would get with a dedicated PC on their desktops.
“This is a significant milestone for M7 Global Partners and our customers,” said Mike Strohl, CEO of Entisys Solutions, Inc. and Agile360, and Founding Partner of M7 Global Partners. “One of customers’ greatest pain points for years now has been the inability to centralize the delivery of graphics intensive applications. The NVIDIA GRID technology is a game changer, and we are eager to support our customers in deploying CAD or photo editing solutions within their virtual environments in the healthcare, education and public sector settings.”
With NVIDIA GRID, customers are able to leverage industry-leading virtualization solutions including Citrix, Microsoft® and VMware™ to add their most graphics-intensive users to their virtual environments and improve productivity. Furthermore, key benefits of the NVIDIA GRID technology include highly responsive Microsoft Windows® and rich multimedia experiences, access to critical applications including those that are 3-D intensive, and access to these applications from anywhere, and from a variety of devices.
“M7 Global Partners is delighted to be on board with NVIDIA in bringing this ground-breaking technology to market,” said Ira Silverman, CEO, Gotham Technology Group, and Founding Partner of M7 Global Partners. “We are especially excited about being able to bring our customers a solution that they both want and need in order to make the most of their virtual infrastructure environments by extending improvements in user productivity to their graphics-intensive users.”
“The M7 Global Partners immediately grasped what NVIDIA GRID technology would do for its customers,” said Will Wade, director of the NVIDIA GRID business. “Their enthusiasm for GRID was further evidence that we had identified a gaping hole in the VDI world. With virtual GPU technology and a set of strong IT services companies to deploy it, enterprises can finally provide a true, full PC experience to all its virtual desktop users — from the power users and designers to the knowledge workers.”
For more information on NVIDIA GRID, please visit NVIDIA’s web page at http://www.nvidia.com/vdi. If you are interested in speaking to an IntraSystems representative about purchasing this solution, please contact us at email@example.com.
About M7 Global Partners
Founded in 2010, M7 Global Partners is a national network of the country’s leading IT consultants dedicated to delivering datacenter and desktop solutions with an emphasis on virtual desktop solutions for mid tier and enterprise customers and government agencies.
The mission of M7 Global Partners is to increase the value, credibility, depth and reach of the regional value added solution provider by developing a global organization that focuses on higher quality, more consistent, centralized relationship and experience for our vendors, system integrators and partners, and most importantly — our customers. M7 Global Partners is committed to achieving the promise and efficiencies of desktop virtualization. M7 has assembled all the necessary components and competencies to achieve the value of desktop cloud computing structures today. Members of M7 Global Partners are AEC Group, Agile360 and Entisys Solutions; Gotham Technology Group; Hogan Consulting Group; IntraSystems; IPM; LPS Integration; and, Right! Systems Inc.
M7 Global Partners corporate headquarters are located in Montvale, New Jersey. For more information, visit www.M7GP.com.
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