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Case Study: Virtual solutions reduce hardware cost by 40%

As a world leader in the design and manufacture of sophisticated machinery for the farming industry, GRIMME’s products are sold in over 120 countries. But with rapid global expansion and explosive sales growth, GRIMME realized they needed a more efficient way to ensure the performance of CAD workloads across their worldwide production network.

Dive into this case study to learn how GRIMME ultimately landed on NVIDIA virtual GPU technology to power their workstation environments.

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