Improved management tools
Nvidia has updated its Grid software platform with deeper performance profiling and analytics tools for planning, deployment, and support of virtual GPU users.
Putting graphics on the servers
Nvidia has been talking about its Tesla M10 GPU designed to run on the latest version of the company's GRID technology.
Nvidia GRID becomes US $7.99/month priced Geforce Now
While Nvidia GRID has been available for free to all Nvidia Shield users as a beta service for quite some time, Nvidia is now finally ready to take it out of the beta phase and launch the new Geforce Now cloud gaming service.
Nvidia Grid like service for Samsung TV
Samsung has just announced its subscription-based Gamefly streaming service for its TV which has a striking similarity to the Nvidia Grid.
Virtual services for Windows and Linux
Nvidia has announced the release of its Grid 2.0 servers and expects it will have industry support. The idea is to deliver even most graphics-intensive applications to any connected device virtually.
For all Shield devices
Nvidia has extended the free period for its GRID game streaming service until September.
With the newest update for Shield Hub app
While it was previously limited to 720p resolution at 60 frames-per-second, Nvidia's latest update for the Shield Hub Android app has now brought support for 1080p@60FPS game streaming to Shield devices.
Adds multi-controller support for select games
Nvidia has updated the games library for Nvidia Shield with three new game titles, as well as added multplayer, multi-controller support for certain games.
Remote rendering for low-end devices
VMware has teamed up with Nvidia to release a remote compute service based on Nvidia’s GRID technology.
Nvidia quietly builds up portfolio