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December 2, 2010

NVIDIA introduces NVS 300 business graphics offerings

Visual fidelity across up to eight displays

By CBR Staff Writer

NVIDIA has introduced NVS 300 business graphics offering, a graphics processor designed for the enterprise that delivers exceptional visual fidelity across up to eight displays while consuming minimal power.

The company said that the new offering is designed for applications ranging from command and control centres, to securities trading floors, to digital signage installations.

The NVS 300 graphics processor simplifies IT administration, offering the versatile display connectivity available in a low-profile, space saving graphics card design.

In addition, the new processor maintains image quality, supporting VGA, DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI at resolutions as high as 2560×1600, and is not affected by display type (LCD, DLP or plasma) or system type (standard tower PC, workstation or small form factor system).

The graphics processor is built-on, new Mosaic technology, and nView Desktop Management Software that supports single or multi-display environments.

Further, the NVS 300 graphics processor improves user productivity by enabling efficient management of the Windows desktop across multiple displays.

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Its Mosaic technology provides taskbar spanning, transparent scaling of any application across up to eight displays, and can be used to enable one or more NVS 300 cards to drive either many independent displays simultaneously, or one ultra-high resolution display, NVIDIA said.

NVIDIA professional solutions group general manager Jeff Brown said the NVS 300 is built for demanding enterprises that require high reliability, improved manageability, and tremendous value.

"The ability to support legacy and current display types provides an upgrade path without disrupting existing, complex installations," Brown said.

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