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Microsoft WVD and IGEL UD3 Remote End-user Experience with GPUs

This video proves that GPU acceleration is a must if you want your remote desktop sessions to meet the user experience of common physical workstations today.

Telemetry Alone Doesn't Always Show The Full Story

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – Win10EMS

Azure NV6 VM

4 .vs 6 Noisy Neighbors

The multiuser VM with 6 noisy neighbors shows much higher application load time and significantly decreased perceived frame rates, which cannot be seen in the telemetry data.

Application Load Time Differences Revealed On User Screen Capture

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – Win10EMS

Azure NV16as-v4 VM

0 .vs 4 Noisy Neighbors

CPU and GPU load are not saturated on a multiuser VM with 4 noisy neighbors, but the application load time is significantly higher.

User Experience The Same Despite Telemetry Differences

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – Win10EMS

Azure NV16as-v4 VM

0 .vs 4 Noisy Neighbors

CPU and GPU load are not saturated on a multiuser VM with 4 noisy neighbors, but the application load time is significantly higher.

GPU Can Be Crucial For Environments

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – Win10EMS

Azure NV16as-v4 VM

4 Noisy Neighbors, GPU .vs No GPU

Without a GPU and with 4 noisy neighbors, application load time is significantly higher and perceived frame rate is much lower.

More Evidence That GPUs Are a MUST in EUC Environments

Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – Win10EMS

Azure NV6 VM

0 Noisy Neighbors, GPU vs. No GPU

Even without any other user interference, image quality is lower without a GPU; the water is not rendered realistically.