Last week in Santa Clara, I was honored by NVIDIA to be one of thirteen professionals to join NVIDIA enterprise graphics teams for the first ever GRID Days event! GRID Days was a fun packed two day event networking with industry professionals, and getting an inside look into the NVIDIA enterprise graphics teams, namely GRID, Quadro, and Tesla. During this event we had exclusive access to the testing and development teams, product management and marketing, executive sponsors, along with management and support teams. Wow! Much of the roadmap and content required that all professionals sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), so I will be careful only to share agenda topics and details that are publicly available at this point. Our ever so patient NVIDIA hosts for the week included: Amanda Saunders, Rachel Berry, Luke Wignall, and the rest of the amazing NVIDIA GRID team!
In order from left to right: Amanda Saunders, Thomas Poppelgaard, Sean Massey, Barry Coombs, Benny Tritsch, Fred Devoir, Emily Apsey, Dane Young, Ruben Spruijt, Jits Langedijk, Magnar Johnsen, Tobias Kreidl, Kurt Miller, Alex Cooper, and Rachel Berry. As you can see from the image above, we have had an excellent representation from the global end user computing and virtualization community, not just in North America, but Europe, Middle East, and Asia (EMEA) as well!
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