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Verge.io adds GPU virtualization to its HCI software

Verge.io, formerly known as Yottabyte, has added GPU virtualization to its virtual data-center software, making it possible to partition out GPU-based processing tasks the same way a hypervisor divides up a CPU.

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) builds a tightly integrated and configured IT data center setup from standard server, storage, and networking servers with everything virtualized. Verge.io’s software, called Verge-OS, goes on step further by partitioning the pooled resources into what it calls virtual data centers (VDCs). From one big pool can come many VDCs made up of different hardware and software configurations.

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Source:: Network World – Data Center