AMD and IMSCAD collaborate to simplify design engineering migration to virtualisation in private or public clouds

Michael DeNeffe of AMD

IMSCAD Global, an IT services company is to team up with AMD, a global provider of CPU and GPU technology.Together they intend to deliver advanced solutions that simplify the transition to graphics virtualisation for Architecture, Engineering, Construction Design and Manufacturing firms.

“We are excited to announce our technical partnership with IMSCAD, allowing us to combine their expertise in graphical virtualisation with our technology for the virtualised cloud infrastructure’’ said Michael DeNeffe, director of Cloud Graphics, at AMD. “Design Engineering firms will be able to quickly and seamlessly set up testing and deployment of virtual graphics solutions with the IMSCAD service coupled with our ground-breaking technology stack.”

This collaboration will enable customers to maximise productivity and flexibility in an efficient way using virtualisation solutions, allowing enterprise IT to avoid the usual challenges associated with migrating to graphics virtualisation as well as realising the benefits of an easier-to-manage efficient and agile infrastructure. In addition, this alliance brings other added benefits to IT professionals, including flexible work styles and improved collaboration through anywhere, anytime access to performance visualisation applications.

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